Thanks for the video review, that guy sure did crap on a bit in the middle though (he also needs to learn metric and cyrillic by the sounds). I've found another review here, which is a bit weird, he complains that it actually works "too well" for a toy camera.
Reid, i'm still wondering about the linkage between light, f/ and shutter speed. That video review answered one question, in that you turn the dial to set iso, you turn the dial to set f/ (the other half of the dial is just the 'weather' pictures). Then what's shutter speed? According to camerapedia it can change from 1/65 to 1/540, but there doesn't seem to be any sort of light-meter. Or does it just set 1/iso at f/16 and scale up/down from there? (I suppose I could get used to that).
Anyway, I've just realised that I don't get that funky cap with the Belomo logo on the front as seen in the video review. Damn. Maybe if I like this camera I'll have to buy another one to get the cap, there's actually a fair few only $35-50 shipped on ebay. ("only". and that's how it starts).
Still, looks like a lot of fun. I split some Rollei Retro 100 off a bulk reel into canisters the other night, I must have had forethought because I did some very short (<5 shot) rolls 'for testing'. Now I've got something to test them on. Muahahaha.