Like a lot of young people doing film photography I inherited my cameras. My uncle works on the field of photography and he had all these film cameras forgotten inside a closet. One of them is the my favorite Zenit-E that I just took from that closet. Now that was really really cheap I think! Film can be a little expensive these days so I always look for good buys on the internet. I like expired film and I really don't care about the brand.
I don't like fancy cameras, I don't like sharp and perfect images, I don't look for perfection in my work. Doing photography was never a decision. Got my hands on a little digital camera many years ago and I just started taking photographs since then.
Some of these cameras seem to have their own personality. Like they have their own tricks... even their own "fails", those kind of happy mistakes that I find lovely about film photography.
Think about how difficult it was having your own camera some twenty years ago. Thing is, you should feel lucky enough that you have one today even if it's small or cheap. Make the most out of it and remember that you can't buy ideas or talent.