I recently acquired a new version of an old school camera, and it's called a SuperSampler. It used traditional 35mm film, and it has four lenses which take four panoramic photos in succession, all on the same frame of film. It doesn't use batteries, and instead uses a pull string to advance the film.
The fun (and initially frustrating) part is that it doesn't really have a viewfinder, so it takes the phrase "shoot from the hip" literally. I like it, because part of the fun is not knowing exactly what you are capturing on film, and the discovery of seeing the prints.
Admittedly, my first roll of film was awful, and I'm still learning the nuances of the camera. It will probably take me a few more rolls of film to get a better feel for the camera. In the meantime, there are a few decent images which I felt bold enough to share. I definitely welcome any comments and feedback!
For anyone interested in finding out more about the SuperSampler, or other types of old school film cameras, check out www.lomography.com/ .