I'm just an amateur photographer, but lately I've had my heart set on getting some sort of camera that was popular in the mid 60's. The problem is, I don't know what model or brand to get. I'm not too familiar with older camera types, considering I'm only a teenager. My aunt recommended a Kodak Brownie Starlet, but I'm still not sure. She said she isn't too big with film photography. So here are a couple of questions to you film photographers out there: 1) What are some good camera models that were frequently used back then? I'm not asking for an SLR, I'll purchase a vintage one when I'm more experienced with film cameras. I'm looking for one that's inexpensive, and has early color. 2) How is film obtained? And would I need a darkroom to develop? I'm sorry for such newb questions. As I said, I'm not familiar with the world of film photography as I am with digital, but film has always sparked my interest far more. Any help would be great! Thanks!