I have discovered recently that the Dallas Museum of Art online gift shop (www.shopDMA.org) is selling Lomo cameras, especially the Diana F+ camera. Lomo, short for lomography, cameras are usually cheap, plastic cameras that use either 35mm or 120 roll film. This includes Holga cameras, which are what I use, but are not being sold at the DMA.
I really only bring this to your attention because I want you to be informed before you buy.
These cameras are addicting.
The Lomo cameras on the DMA shop include Dianas, multi-shots, fisheye, color spash and others. Each one does something a little unique and different to create a photograph. I could easily fill a camera bag or two with just Lomo cameras.
If you love film photography and have deep pockets, then Lomo cameras are for you.