First roll, camera out of the box. The date on the documentation is 1989. Camera is still shiny, very easy to use and costs next to nothing. It's a HUGE beast; bigger than my Zorki 4 but weighs very little. These can be found online for ten bucks in the box. One place in the US still does the 3D faceted prints (think the 3D covers of those old children's books).
First time using Lomography film too.
I did not develop nor scan these.
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