My current camera body is a Canon 7D, which uses a crop sensor (not full frame). It was released in late 2009. On rainy days and for times when an SLR is too bulky, I use a Casio EX-FH100, which is pocket-sized and zooms 24-240. As back-up for the 7D I have a Canon Rebel XTi (400D).

For no good reason other than sentiment, I still have a collection of film cameras, which you may read about in my On the Road blog.

I use the following lenses on the 7D:
Canon 24-70mm F2.8L
Canon 16-35mm F2.8L II
Canon 70-200mm F4L
Canon 18-135mm F3.5
Canon 50mm F1.4
Canon 85mm F1.8
Canon 100mm F2.8L Macro
Lensbaby Scout 12mm Fisheye

I've taken many photos in Arizona, the Cape, and Maine. These are mostly "landscapes" of some sort.
I would love to take more portraits, but humans who are comfortable in front of a camera are rare. Without the ability to melt into the lens, it doesn't work.
Between June and August, I take over 8,000 photos of scholastic-age athletes training in the Going the Distance summer programs. These allow us to see how the drills are working -- and seeing a runner hop over a low hurdle is often more interesting than a tree. To see these photos, go to:
GTD Cross-Country Training
GTD Speed & Conditioning -- All Sports [Merrimack]
GTD Speed & Conditioning -- All Sports [North Shore]