Watching an Analog Insights video on YouTube about using interchangeable lenses on an electronic Canon film camera, made me realize the opportunity I had In doing the same. The electronic film camera I chose is the Canon EOS 620, and you can learn about it from Azriel Knight, on his YouTube Channel.
Although handling a camera that's over 40 years old is a lot of fun, in some cases that may not be a practical thing to do. So, I do not advise anyone starting in analog photography to pick a camera that is produced before the 80s or 90s — unless, you’re willing to take chances, or feel comfortable with the sunny 16 rule.
I always thought technology shouldn't stay on the way of creativity, and I stand by it to this day, but, I can't deny technology is very integrated with how we work, so I must admit it feels great knowing I can switch between analog and digital with hardly any hassle and just concentrate on the subject matter.