Holga plastic camera:
Many people consider Holgas to be toys. Or garbage. They are $20 plastic cameras that can make very cool images. They were first produced in Hong Kong and were originally intended to provide an inexpensive mass-market camera for working-class Chinese. Little did the company people around the world would still be using them even when they can afford other cameras.
I got one several years ago but I lost a piece to it after shooting one role. Now they have this slightly "fancier" version— it comes with a built-in flash, a long-exposure setting and a tripod nut. And this one costs a whopping $35.