Not included is a Speed Graphic I just picked up and a falling plate box camera (both of which are in the mail on their way to me). Zeiss Super Ikonta BX (~1950) - 120 roll film (6x6). Coated f/2.8 Tessar lens! Rolleiflex Automat III (WWII era - early 40s): Voigtländer Avus 9x12 plate camera (20s or 30s I think): Dacora Digna (~1950): The digna is a really low-end camera, essentially a metal-bodied holga with a glass lens. Ilford (the well-known B&W film & paper company) sold this camera, or a similar one, under the Sporti name. The shutter is stuck (but can be fixed with a cleaning). I bought it to convert to pinhole but I'm attached to it now, and it came in its original box. I may have to just fix up the shutter and shoot with it - and find some other $3 junk camera to convert to a pinhole. All the others have had film through them and produce very nice results (zeiss, rollei, and voigtlander - these all still beat 3/4 of the cameras today in terms of lens quality), all of them are functional but have problems that need to be fixed to be fully operational (rolleiflex leaks light in some circumstances, folders have slow shutters, etc). The voigtlander is my favorite, as it is essentially a 4x5 but about the size of a 35mm DSLR body (no lens) when folded up. Much more portable than my shen hao which travels inside a monster 40lb backpack. Missing is my 8x10 from around 1916, and its Turner Reich Triple Convertible 12"/21"/28" lens, and a few other miscellaneous things (like a common and crappy old polaroid folding pack-film camera worth about 17 cents). I'm working on adding a box camera or two, and someday I'd love to have an ULF monster like a 12x20 (will need to get rich first though). I'm sure there are a few other styles I should add at some point. A really old mid-19th century wooden plate camera with a brass lens would be cool.