When I was shooting film back in the 90s, I was told that I should invest in a rangefinder. D'uh! I already had the FM2 and FE2. Why the heck should I bother with a silly compact? It wasn't cheap and the guy who sold me film suggest that I buy an Olympus XA.
I must admit that I love the looks of the Blackbird TLR but it's not really much of a camera honestly. Take for example the lens. There are only two aperture settings, f/7 and f/11. You need to shoot a roll of film and expose it for daylight only. Cloudy days or evenings will require you to use shutter speeds not which are not available on the camera. Technically, it only has ONE speed, 1/125 and the Bulb mode is for longer exposures and not shorter ones.
I think that for the most part, the Lomo LC-A is an overpriced piece of equipment. I have one but that's not the point. The point is that it is costly. It cost between US$280 to $380 for a LC-A normal and Wide version.It is a fully mechanical camera, incapable of autofocus and uses full frame 35mm film.
I paid less than US$150 for a used Olympus Pen-S on eBay. Scale focus just like the Lomo above and without the multiple exposure. There is not exposure meter, meaning you have to download an app on your iPhone or Android and take meter readings before shooting. Sounds like a bitch?