I think the great thing about Lomos/Helgas etc is that you are never really sure what you're going to end up with. A good friend uses his to unwind and create "arty" images (compared to the usual commercial d*****l we produce); he picked up the camera for a steal whilst with me on assignment in Japan, taped every possible crevice with gaffer tape and we proceeded to wander around the back streets of Nagoya.

I was shooting B&W on a Kodak Junior 620, he shot colour and B&W also. The images he got were really good - some even showcase in his folio now.

It's not the (film) camera you use, it's how you use it and how much film it eats up!!