A 35mm film camera is a cheap way to a full frame camera, much better than your average DX body as there is not 1.6x crop and a 100% viewfinder coverage of course minus the Live View and the "digitallness"
There is heavy vignette as I used my tammy 17-50 on this body and being a DX lense, it covers the sensor abit, but it does give it a "pin-hole" like appearance.
Film is definitely different than digital as the tones produced are stronger and sharper.
Details are more finer and the contrast is different, its a whole new ball game with film.
When i attached my 70-300mm Tammy, I noticed that CA was much lesser compared to when I used it with my D90.
A few limitations though, ISO was only up to 200 and max shutter speed was 1/200.
And of course there is the processing fee and each print would cause you 30cents for 4R. And there is the possibility that some of your shots might be ruin as there is no telling how your shots may look like before they are processed
Using this camera body, I had to manually focus most of my shots as the the AF-motor in this body is damaged, it really does take great patience especially when you are shooting moving objects.
But to my surprise i was kinda shocked to see that most of my shots were in focus, I greatly relied on the camera's electronic AF-guide when i was shooting and it requires a great deal of patience.
Any hooser, will be trying more of film now probably B&W next. All shots were shot using Kodak Gold 400.