My 13-year-old son loves slide film. He claims he doesn't like B&W but I've given him some of the B&W prints that I've shot and he likes those (it's usually of his bird or one of the dogs). My 16-year-old daughter shoots mostly Kodak C-41. She likes the look of B&W but I've not yet convinced her to load any into her camera.
I went to a family reunion today and showed some of the older folks my Imperial Debonair camera that takes 620 film (I didn't have any loaded in it, sadly). When they asked if you could still get film for it I said "They don't make 620 any more but 120 is the same size just different spools, so I buy 120 and respool it." They thought that was pretty cool.
I'd love to get a Rolleiflex or a Rolleicord TLR just to see the what looks I might get. Darn budget won't budge!!
I wish you have Rolleicord atleast. But I rather enjoy my Agfa Isolette III with Solinar 75mm though in long run bellows may be a problem.
OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
Rolleicord Va: Humble.
Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.
Have been asked "can you still get film for that?" hundreds of times - I always respond simply: "yes!" and then if they're interested, I'll explain where and what and howmuch better it is today than even ten yearsago, etc...
On a couple of occasions, Ive had people, usually in their twenties, ask "is that a black and white camera?"...
The question strikes me as so odd that I just don't know how to answer