I mostly use analog cameras. It all started with the Minolta XG9 my father gave me five years ago when he saw that I was showing some interest in photography. Not only that it's my first camera, but it once belonged to my grandfather as well.
For the past few years, my go-to camera has been the Canon AE1. I find it really versatile and good for any occasion. I got it at an auction for less than 10 bucks. Currently, I like using colour films the most. My favourite is the Kodak Ektar 100 but I also use the Kodak Ultramax 400 a lot.
I'm not fond of carrying around a huge bag with heavy DSLR, four lenses, flash, tripod, etc. First of all, buying all that gear in Argentina is ridiculously expensive. Secondly, I think that it distracts you from thinking what really matters. When it's just you and your camera, chances are you'll be much more concentrated on what's actually important.
I have always felt the need to take pictures and enjoyed sharing them. To be able to freeze a moment and make that memory eternal is priceless to me. I do own a DSLR camera but when it comes to capturing the essence of someone, I think there's nothing like analog photography. You can't get the same feel with digital photography, especially for portraits. Film is raw, imperfect, unpredictable and exciting. And so are we!
Don't feel like you have to spend tons of money in order to get good photos. Grab that old camera collecting dust on your family's closet or find one at your local flea market and shoot! No excuses.