I have a growing camera collection and here are just a few cheap cameras that I'm using: Holga 120N, Konstruktor, Rolleiflex Automat 2, Canon EOS 300, Pop Cam, Diana F and a Smena Symbol.
What I love about film photography is how it slows me down and for me to think more about the picture I want to shoot more than anything. Especially with medium format film, when you can only shoot 12 or 16 pictures.
When I'm shooting with my Rolleiflex or Pentacon Six TL, I just love seeing the world through its viewfinder. No digital display can ever give you this kind of feeling. There's something magical happens when you turn the focus wheel and play with the depth of field. Everything around me starts to blur out and there is only me and my subject until I'd hear the sound of the shutter.
I'm an audio-visual media designer and part of my job is to work as cameraman. That's why I got addicted to cameras and to see the world through a viewfinder. Digital photography bores me quickly and after seeing some lomography pictures, I instantly knew that it will be my new way of taking pictures.
Limitations are all inside your mind. It's illusory. It's not the camera that takes the picture, it's you! Play around with different types of film, filters and light conditions and free your mind from all the borders in your head thinking I can't do this and that.