I posted a picture of the LOMO LUBITEL (an old russian TLR camera) a few months back.
Well, here are some more nice old photo tools (courtesy of my wife's uncle):
The Japanese YASHICA PARTNER AF, a compact 35 mm camera with auto-focus and auto-exposure (was produced from 1984 to 1986).
The old Russian SMENA SYMBOL, a very popular 35 mm camera model from LOMO (which was produced from 1973 to 1993)
Third comes "la piece de resistance", the very popular Russian ZENIT ET, a veritable 35 mm SLR camera with inter-changeable lens (was produced between 1981 and 1982 at KMZ and between 1985 and 1990 by Belomo).
(BTW, according to SovietCams.com, this model was produced in more than 3 milion units)
And last (but not least), a very old magnifying table to develop 35 mm film onto bigger print-outs. Now those were times when you had to really, really work to get a good photo out...