My mum passed me this camera when we moved to the new place. It actually belongs to my late father whom used it for their travels.
No issues with the camera, initially I thought there might be fungus or hazing in the elements but on closer inspection, it was fine.
I actually took it out recently while I was back in Singapore and shot a roll of Tmax with it. You can see the results over here in my FB album. Surprisingly good results. No exposure failure although it was totally automatic in metering. There were however, some shots with focusing errors as there is no way you can really know if you're focusing on the correct subject in the small viewfinder.
The zoom is crazy... 38mm to 160mm... Not too sure about the max aperture though. I guess its a slow f6.3 or more at the tele end. The built in flash automatically pops out when you power on it. There is a dial to turn off the flash or set it to red eye. Very basic stuff. The best though is that it has a bulb mode! Quite wierd to see such automatic cameras to have a bulb mode....
Overall, its actually quite fun to shoot with it. I spend a whole month in April shooting with it and managed to finish the roll and brought it back to Thailand to develop and scan the negatives myself. Its now back in my dry cabinet and it might see some action some other time. This is the first project I mentioned about in my previous blog. Developing and scanning the results of this little camera. More to come later.