Tested and works but has some issues:
- missing lens cap
- missing piece on shutter speed dial that tells the shutter speed - max shutter speed is 1/1000 so you can figure it out by feel
- film advance gets sticky and there may be weird gaps between frames
See example photos: film used is expired Ilford Hp5 and it was processed by me. Most issues are poor execution in my part with exposure or developing, however there are white spots that are probably dust particles on the sensor or lens - that can be cleaned.
If you want a cheap 35mm beater camera to take on hikes or in rugged conditions this is a good option. You can get some artistically antique looking photos and not worry about wasting money if it gets damaged! The lens is 50mm f/1.9.
If you want to invest in a CLA (clean lube adjust) that may fix the film advance and some dust that can be seen in pictures (which could be on sensor or lens).