Currently, I’m only working with analog cameras. I used several types of film cameras since I started shooting street photography. It all started with a Yashica FX-D that my dad gave me. Using it was very strange because it's the same camera that they used when taking a picture of me when I was a child. The next one that I got was the Minolta XG-1. What I'm using at the moment is the Canon AE-1. I could say this one is my favorite!
Fuji Superia is the film that I load it with mostly because it's one of the cheapest color films I know. But I do prefer using the Kodak Ektar film if possible because of its sharpness, with that nice color result. For black & white photography, I mostly work with a Kodak T-Max or Tri-x films.
I also own a digital camera which is a Sony Alpha 7, mainly using it for work, events or out of town visits. But it’s too big which makes it hard to carry around on the streets.
Analog cameras changed the way I do photography. What I particularly enjoy about these cameras is their ability to expand and limits your time. You only get a few chance to take that image you want!
Nowadays many digital cameras try to imitate the effects of old film cameras. Like the Classic Chrome Simulation mode on the latest Fujifilm's products which tries to recreate the old and classic Kodak Chrome. But it cost an arm and a leg to get it!
In addition, photographers now have a vast array of lenses and cameras to choose from that having the GAS (gear acquisition syndrome) is becoming less of a problem anymore. Fact is, you don't have to empty your bank account to pursue your passion.