The camera I'm currently using is the Minolta SRT101; lens is Rokkor 58mm f 1.4; using films such as the Kodak TMax 100 and 400 ASA; Ilford PanF 50 ASA; Kodak Gold 200 ASA out of date; Samsung 200 ASA out of date.
Working with an analog camera gives me the opportunity to explore my own limitations as a photographer and to do my best to overcome them. I started and learned photography with a DSLR camera, which I still use of course, but the world of analog photography gives me the pleasure of finding and creating a thoughtful image, it pushes me to take the necessary amount of time to look for that particular moment that I have in my mind and try to capture it. It's sort of the way I'm able to write poetry through images.
The equipment has little to do with the quality of work. You can create a bad picture with a medium format camera that would cost thousands of dollars. In the same way that you can create an excellent picture using a cardboard box (pinhole) painted in black. It's true that technology and sophisticated cameras can greatly influence the possibilities we have, yet I find that using simple equipment gives us the motivation to work harder, learn more, to train our eyes to see beauty in everything, to be better photographers.
You should start with what you have available to you, then you can decide where and how would you make use of it.
Photography is a reality in itself, an autonomous universe with its own laws that are unique.