Yeah, It's a fake. I saw right threw it but I figured it would be neat to give a try. I burned up a roll of film in it just to find out what it would do, as it turns out this plastic imitation camera with it's plastic imitation lens is little better than a holga Thirteen frames lost to totally light leek and the salvageable remaining frames will be posted elsewhere. It's a 35mm film P-Shooter on steroids, not very good steroids at that, It has an entire four aperture settings (6.3, 8, 11, 16) on a 50mm lens, Auto wind, an auto timer estimated somewhere around 10 sec, a goofy top mounted display I have never seen before along with a traditionally located viewfinder, an awful red light that shows up in every shot with any semblance of a reflective surface and a flash. Believe it or not the flash does not seem too bad....It makes some light , It can be adjusted into several bounce positions and direct along with some control over width of the flash. How ever this camera sucks in low light conditions even with the flash and I don't dare hook it up too a real camera to see what it will do. And side by side with a real Canon Over all, It's a toy camera, Not a bad camera to let your five year old play with, but any serious amateur with out kids should just pooch punt this thing and see how far it goes, or suck it up and join a holga club. As far as price on this thing goes my information is flawed, as it was purchased by my Brother in law from *truck stop overshipping sale about five or six years ago. He paid somewhere around 35 to 40 USD for it. Sample Pictures *Truck stop overshipping sale - semi common occurrence where manufacturer ships more product than ordered, when this happens the receiver states "we only ordered this many, we don't want it, get rid of it" and the manufacturer states "We did not ship more than they ordered, we don't want it, get rid of it." Drivers usually keep merchandise or phence it off at a truck stop.