Using this camera was fairly natural, and the only oddity is the lack of a wind-lever. The lens stops down automatically when the exposure is made. This model came with a Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58mm f/2 lens. That design was copied in the Helios 44-2 lens used on many Soviet cameras.
I shot a roll of Arista.edu 100 ultra (Fomapan 100), developed in D-76. Overall, the images were pretty good, though I should test the camera again with a color film. There is a very faint haze inside the lens.
Here are a few images shot around town.