My old Hasselblad Supreme Wide Angle
Made in 1954, my Hasselblad Supreme Wide Angle (SWA) was number 72 off the production line. When I contacted Hasselblad about making a minor adjustment to the focus ring, they sent me a Certificate of Origin, along with images taken of the pages from the original build journal showing the hand written notes with serial numbers of each component and the name of the original purchaser, the father of the guy I bought it off.
The SWA has an extremely sharp Carl Zeiss Biogon 38mm lens, with a 90 degree wide angle (on the diagonal) field of view. The lens is beautifully crisp, able to give me images that are in focus from 0.5 metres to infinity, with everything square - no distorted curvature. And the camera is totally manual - you wind on the film, cock the shutter, set the aperture, guess the distance, take the shot. I love it.
The film I'm enjoying the most at present is Kodak Tmax100 developed with Kodak D76.