Shooting film is a lot like shooting a flintlock: slow, inefficient and best left to those who enjoy the process more than they value the results.
Even if used with modern film, these cameras provide no instant feedback and no easy image backup capability. Scratching the film is entirely too easy.
This particular camera was fairly advanced for the time, offering flash synchronization, auto and manual exposure options. With the availability of modern cameras, my personal interest in using film dropped to zero, even though those cameras still make cool photo props. But some of my friends still enjoy putting them to real use.