The Vivitar IC 101 seems to have achieved somewhat of a minor cult status. Its most notable feature is a 28mm lens and a permanently fixed panoramic mask. This masks yields a 13x36mm image. The aperture is f/8 and the shutter speed is 1/125. For me this camera turned up in a garage sale for $1. I didn't know its cult statue then. I just have a habit of picking up Vivitar cameras if they are very cheap. So last summer I ran some expired Kodak Max 400, that I also found at a garage sale, through it. Some of the pictures I kinda like, however it will probably be a while if ever before I join the fan base of this camera. If I do I will probably remove the masks.