The only thing cringe about this is the lomography/urban outfitters packaging, which I assume you overpaid for. Holgas are loads of fun, but you should buy them on ebay.>>3508015
Show up with a Sony Mavica and a pack of floppy disks. >>3509110
Congrats on the Leica anon>>3509490
A cheap APS-C camera with good lighting will BTFO any full frame in the hands of a moron. No problem charging money as long as the product is good.>>3509741
If you never print your photos and you're having fun don't buy anything. Avoid tumbling down the gear acquisition hole as long as possible. Maybe try getting a camera app that lets you have more control and work on mastering that.
I confess that I paid $200 for a pinhole camera, even though I easily could have made one myself. I bought a Zero Image 2000 because it's so aesthetic. I've been having boatloads of fun with primitive photo tech and really only enjoy using pinholes, large format, etc. It seems like the more inconvenient and expensive the process is, the more I enjoy it. I'm worried I'm going to start getting into retarded shit like salt printing and wet plates. I already have so much photo crap - I don't need any more.