Here's my latest toy: the Gevalux 144. This beauty arrived complete with case, flash unit, instructions and even a "Eveready" 60's battery ! The problem is that the camera takes the 127 film which can be very expensive. I'm sure I'll be able to fit a 35mm film inside so watch this space for more tests.
Luckily I had a 127 film I got from ebay some time ago, the only issue to deal was that the film expired in 1980!
The film was processed with Rodinal Especial at 1:50 rate and the recommended developing time was increased from 10 to 14 minutes. The results are pretty good considering the film is almost 30 years old !