On her last trip to England, my wife found this plastic wonder. Research found that it is quite a hit with the lomography crowd. This rather handsome critter features a handy if cheesy carry strap and the new (but probably not improved) lens from that well known "optical" lensworks. Pulling up on the rewind knob unlatches the back. It then becomes necessary to try and open it up using fingernails, paper clips, your comb or whatever is handy. Pushing it back down is futile as it won't stay there or rewind the film either when called upon to do so. Colourful little pictures attempt to indicate a choice of exposure settings. For the more technical among us, f no's are printed on the other side. I was going to say something about the workmanship in here but changed my mind. Not a 'flex of any description. More like a primitive aiming device. Time for a test drive. Was going to go all lomo-ey so loaded up a roll of hopelessly expired Gold 200. Would have had to ship it out so threw it in some past due D76. Perhaps a colour run later, or not. This mysteriously arrived across the alley week or so ago. The mattress has been a longer resident. Three times while advancing the film the shutter fired, this on a 24 frame roll. I like my truck.