I just happen to stumble upon this video and I can see that I am also one of those guys with a film camera. I solely photograph with film and I do have a collection of film cameras. I feel that every film camera is unique and has a different vibe and feel that it can bring to the final image. I am shooting film for now because I find it really challenging since you don't have a screen to rely on the back of the camera to check if you got the exposure right. Using film cameras takes skill since you have to rely on your technical abilities while you balance it with a concept in mind.
Some of my cameras and lenses date back to the 1950's and I really wonder what was the camera's life that if had before me. Questions pop up like, was it with a good owner? was it used for a certain project?what was the photographer who used it like? and so on. I believe that every film camera has its own story since it was passed down from owner to owner. So here is the video the I found that says that message, hope you enjoy this video very much as I have.
-Think before you shoot, that is the whole idea.
-Each camera is quite unique, it has different features, a different way to operate it.