I've been a fan of a twin-lens reflex (tlr) cameras since I laid my eyes on one in a local photo lab/store. It was an old, non-functioning Rolleiflex (or it could have been a Yashica - my memory isn't too great, I'm afraid).
As soon as I got home, I researched with all my might for that amazingly "weird-looking" camera. From that moment on, I knew I wanted one. Unfortunately, TLRs are hard to find these days and are quite expensive (I can't possibly get another camera that uses 120 film, right?)
A Rolleiflex tlr via Danielle Hughson's photostream
But I cannot resist the charm of looking through a waist-level viewfinder. My less expensive solution? A Blackbird, Fly toy camera!
the blackbird fly toy camera via blackbird, fly.
This baby will allow you to shoot in 3 formats - normal 35mm, square format (24mm x 24mm), and large square format (36mm x 36mm). It comes in a beautiful array of colours, and most importantly it uses 35mm film - what's not to love?
It may take a while, but I cannot wait until I get my hands on this beauty.