Here's an example of Chinese design gone rogue. First off: ignore the hideous bargain-basement looks. The Orbit 360F is actually an artsy multi-exposure camera. It offers motor-driven film advance (and rewind), but everything else about this thing is decidedly weird. The vintage-style viewfinder is a waist-level optical design, perfect for snapping casual shots without arousing undue attention.
There's a built-in flash and also a hotshoe, just in case you need a more powerful shade of white to work your mojo. The exposure control is a minimalistic 3-way "weather symbol" control
that would be completely at home on a cable TV news channel. To top everything
off, the f4.5/50 mm lens is aspherical (the curved surface doesn't
conform to the shape of a sphere - often cheaper to produce). The cam also includes a hand strap (useful, thanks to the camera's slightly odd shape). Oh, and there's a tripod mount.
The result of all this weirdness is a unique little beast that will cheerfully help you snap some of the most peculiar pictures in the known universe. The price? $50 - exclusively from Lomography dot com.