The camera has film three types of film mask, allowing you to shoot normal 3:2 ratio images or two square format ratios.
Here is my issue, with the limited DOF and shutter speed, what the hell are you going to do with it? I have no idea really, even if it is sold as a toy. The problem is that when shooting in bright daylight, sunny beaches etc, you will require a higher f/stop and a lower shutter speed. Instead, you have only one speed to use for daylight and the other for night or low light. This limitation might sound challenging to you but it's just downright silly for people like us.
I use a PEN-S that has a f/2.8 and 1/250 shutter speed and sometimes when you play with the DOF, even the 1/250 speed isn't sufficient.
Yes, I know it is a toy camera but surely you'd know now that you might even get better shooting quality from an iPhone app than a film camera.
To begin with, the Lomo LC-A was not made as a toy camera when the Soviets invented it. It was a consumer grade camera that didn't take good photos. It was after that some Austrian dudes decided to carve a niche by selling it as a toy camera that people started to take notice. And the damn camera isn't cheap! The production quantities were so low that the Russian factory had to shut down and the Austrian dudes took the production to China where it is now made cheaply. But that's get back to the BlackBird Fly TLR for now, which like the LCA is sold as a Toy Camera.
For that sort of money why not assemble your own with the Recesky 35mm TLR? Cost only 21 bucks. and no hammers or pliers are necessary to put this together.
Why not consider this?