A plastic box, a lens, a shutter, and a super-hi-tech panorama mask in the film gate. That's about all there is to this '2 WAY CAMERA'. Apart from the hot shoe, that is. All in all, a combination of characteristics that makes it perfect for lomographers both indoors and out.
The panorama function, which can be turned on and off, works by cropping the top and bottom portions off the negative. Combined with the fairly wide 28mm lens, you'll be able to fit quite a lot in one frame. In my experience, big automated labs don't always process panorama shots properly, but if you do your own scanning - or ask nicely - you will get ir done correctly, producing surprising results. Of course, this type of camera is also prone to light leaks and its simple plastic lens will create softness and funky distortions. That means that if you like to be surprised, look no further.
The 2 WAY CAMERA has another thing going for it: it is probably the lightest 35mm camera in existence. Almost 100% plastic and very small to boot, it will slip into a pocket easily and can be carried around all the time effortlessly.
This particular camera has been tested for mechanical function, but not film tested. I extend my usual warranty: if the negatives come out wrong, you get your money back. However, in this case, I will not refund you for small light leaks or unsharp pictures, as those are exactly what people buy this kind of camera for!