I have several cameras, and use 3 of them regularly. My main camera is a Nikon D3300, which I use most. In my kit I also carry a Sony Cybershot which fits nicely in a coat pocket. Of course my phone has a camera too.
Main Camera – Nikon D3300
This is an entry level DSLR, and as an inexperienced photographer who is still still exploring the hobby, it is pretty much perfect.
My D3300 came as a kit with the body, a neck strap, and a single, basic lens – the Nikkor 18-55mm.
The D3300 has a wide range of features, and there are various effects you can explore. There is a viewfinder, which I prefer, but also an LCD screen, which is small but nice and clear and the menus and information can be customised if you feel it is too cluttered.
You can use this camera in a variety of ways from the fully automatic basic mode with either flash or no flash, through the automatic preset modes, to the fully manual functions for the experienced or adventurous!
A detailed review can be found on TechRadar.
Pocket Camera – Sony Cybershot.
The Nikon D3300 can be bulky and inconvenient to carry everywhere, so a small, pocket sized camera is useful. The Sony Cybershot range is lightweight, fits in a coat pocket, and has a reasonable range of functions.
The zoom is excellent, but the Cybershot does suffer a little form camera shake at the extreme end of the zoom.
A detailed review can be found on Expert Reviews.
Phone Camera – Doogee X5
Vintage Camera – Box Brownie.