Remember those days when you totally forgot what ISO/ASA film was inside your camera, or when you just had no idea if the photos came out until you went somewhere to get them developed? You know what I'm talking about. The film days. Simple to set up - just pop in the right roll of film, attach it to the gear, close it down and it's ready to shoot. But what happens when you let iPhone-generation kids take photos with 20th century cameras?
Most kids who were born in the 2000's are not familiar with products we used to use in the past - things like the Gameboy, rotary phones, radio and so many other devices we all know and love. If you think about it, they don't even know what that generic 'Save' icon means. Same goes for film and film cameras. The concept of not being able to see the photos right away makes no sense to kids from the selfie and instant era.
You have to agree it's kind of amusing to see their reactions to something we used and loved for so many years, not too long ago.