There are no dials, no ISO or shutter speed setting, nothing. The 'viewfinder' is pretty much useless too. So just point it at something and press the shutter.
The shutter is set at 1/100sec, so really it needs bright sunlight and/or fast film (ISO 400) to get the best results. That said, I've used it indoors with ISO125 and managed to develop images. Film can be very forgiving.
|My son Brandon - Taken in Manchester last week|
This model is the 'uboot' edition which you see often on ebay. They're actually around 15 years old and were manufactured to launch a website which tried to pioneer digital imaging in an era before digital cameras (Sony Mavica et al excepted). The idea was that you sent your 35mm film to them for processing and they put the images on the internet for you, rather than sending prints in the post. To promote the service, this camera was given away free, with a roll of film. In fact I even think that your first processing was free too. Sadly the internet back then was nothing like it is now and the idea never took off. Remember that everyone was using a normal phone line to get online, paying 1p/min on a 64k modem....ouch, painful!
online converter. Four frames can be quite effective if you get it right.
Worst feature - Total unpredictability of results
Best feature - Probably the same
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