Just found a tiny plastic Focus-Free item which's features include 28mm lens, viewfinder, film advance, film rewind, and shutter release (bless it's heart). Sounds like it shoots at about 1/60th. Anyone know what sort of fstop they set these things at? I suppose they operate on the principle that negative film can take massive overexposure, yes? With the Dof of a 28mm I'd expect they wouldn't need too small of an aperture, but maybe I'm on the wrong track? My first toy camera! I feel a little giddy!