The camera that I'm currently using is the Olympus AF loading it with different films such as the Con Kodak TX400, Kodak Ultramax400, Samsung Color Expired, Kodak Colorplus200.
I believe that the digital age made analog cameras look simple, yet I think that every camera is unique in their own way, from my Diana F+ to my favorite, the Pentax K1000, which is almost like my best friend.
I started to take pictures with a film camera some 10 months ago as a personal therapy and a hobby. Nowadays I'm teaching the process of developing manually, both C41 (color) and black & white. I like encouraging people to do the do-it-yourself way and for them to learn to develop films in the comfort of their own home. It was a Uruguayan friend that lives in Buenos Aires that taught me how to do it myself, and I was his first student. Today we teach the process together.
I would like to mention my photographic family: Ani Buero, Damián Taramasco, and the other two faces of my beautiful project named SOMOSNUCLEO.
I don´t find these cameras to be simple at all. You'll find yourself bonding with each of them and see their individual beauty. I also shoot with a Mamiya C220 which I often borrow from a friend, as well as a Spotmatic from 1964 and they're just classic!
Try and experience the cameras you have by using them often. Don't follow successful artists' works often. You have to go out and just shoot!