Film or digital? Well for me, it is still colour negatives till now. Kodak Portra 400 is getting expensive, and Kodak probably will be selling its film business soon. There are no more traditional analogue developing machine, and all negatives are now scanned by film scanner and developed into photos. But to me I can still see clearly the difference (not better or worse, but the difference) between a photo developed from negative and direct from digital sensor. I will probably stick to negatives until a time they are not available.
However, for most of the equipment shots in this website, they were taken by a Pentax DL (6 megapix), with the body lens mount modified to be able to mount Contax C/Y Zeiss lenses, as well as still able to mount all the original Pentax lenses. I mostly used 60/2.8 S-Plannar and 100/2.8 Makro-Planar for the shots.