I've owned Canon, Mamiya, Fuji, and have used countless other cameras and lenses costing thousands of dollars. They've all given me amazing results but my favorite setup and the one I'll keep forever will be my Minolta XE-7 with a Rokkor 50mm 1.4. This setup cost me around $125 and I pretty much take it to every shoot. I just recently developed some rolls I found in the back of my refrigerator along with a roll I took at the zoo with my family. There's nothing like waiting for images to come out of the chemistry, even if it is Walgreens. FYI I only ever use Walgreens if I just can't wait. I can always scan the negatives if I really need better quality scans. For professional use I always send my film out to a professional lab. Here are some photos that came out of 2 rolls of Kodak Portra 400 and 1 roll of Fuji Superia 400.
FUJI SUPERIA 400 (Consumer grade film 4 rolls for $13 at Walmart)
KODAK PORTRA 400 (5 Rolls for $34 on Amazon)