The camera that I'm using is the Praktica MTL 5 with Domiplan 50mm 2.8 and Fujicolor Superia 200 (21 Euro for camera and lens). I started with analog photography a month ago. First it was just curiosity and I simply wanted to know if I am able to handle an old camera. The Praktica was my first SLR camera back in my teenage years.. and all pictures were blurry and not really good. Now, after years with a digital camera and so much more experience, I wanted to give it a new try. Taking pictures with an analog camera requires slow movement. One must act very carefully, you think about every picture instead of just pressing the shutter like I usually would with my digital camera ( And maybe 3 or five times more just to be sure). You feel such anticipation, but not just from pressing the shutter to loading the pictures to your PC, it lasts from looking through the viewfinder, planning the picture, pressing the shutter, sending the film to the lab, waiting for the response, downloading the scans and the first review... and the feeling still lasts considering that it was 2 weeks ago when I got my first analog picture scans.
It's true that it's not the camera that makes good pictures, it's the person that uses the camera. So use the camera you carry with you and use it the best way you can.