I'm not sure I can narrow down exactly what my first camera was. I used a lot of disposables as a kid, mostly the waterproof ones, just because I thought they were cool. The first "real" camera I remember that was mine and not my mom's was a 110 housed in the head of an Estes rocket. It had a little string trigger that would shoot when the rocket popped off, then it would parachute down. I used it once as a rocket. Then I just played with the string release and aimed it at anything I could find. Of course it took terrible pictures up close since it was designed for aerial photos.
My first true camera was a Kodak APS point and shoot. I took a ton of pictures with that thing. Thankfully my brother worked at a Ritz so I had free development. I dropped it off a cliff once and miraculously it survived to shoot another day.
My first digital camera was a freebie from some website I joined my first week of college. It was a pen camera, probably not even a full megapixel, with storage for about 20 pictures. I took that thing all over campus taking grainy little spy shots of people and buildings.
If I could go back I would definitely pick up a real camera sooner and start younger. I'm pushing 40 and I'm just now getting into learning the exposure triangle and uses for various lenses.
RE: What was your first camera?