One of the overlooked examples of a Kodak 'everyman's' camera is the Brownie Hawkeye. These little gems are available at very reasonable prices on EBay. Though they used 620 film, it's not a real problem to adapt 120 film for them. In addition, there's a great 'how to' on line for disassembling and cleaning up a Hawkeye. The slight softness of the lens can produce delightful images. There are still labs which process 120 B&W film, or the negatives can easily be 'souped' at home and scanned for digitalization. I've one of these puppies, and it provides an opportunity to get away from today's hi-tech world and 'return to the days of yesteryear.'* * A prize of an 'Atta Boy!' goes to the person(s) who remember the source of the quote. No fair googling it!