They're a little marvel really. Compact, durable, totally automatic (can be a blessing and a curse, of course), and does not need batteries as the metering gets power from light.
I was pleased with the photos I took with it to test, and this was only very cheap expired Kodak film.
I'll be using it more, and may keep it as a regular backup.
|The view through the viewfinder. Note that you can see the current settings in the little window below.|
And taken with the camera:
|Not taken by me. But, I rather like it.|
|Can I help you?|
|The tonal range of even a cheap 35mm film camera like this does rival the most expensive modern digital camera. (These photographs are all unedited.)|
|Looking for food.|
|Bridge in Wharfedale.|
|Waterstones in Bradford.|