The Horizon 202 is an affordable Russian-made swing lens panoramic camera. It’s quite quirky, and its best to know how best to use it, and its limitations. I sold my first one because I was always shooting at the widest aperture (2.8) and the images were not sharp at all. They are a better at smaller apertures. Also, you have to make sure the shutter speed selection hasn’t slipped into a range that you don’t want.
The images are about 1.5 lengths of a standard 35mm frame, so don’t let the developers cut your negatives. I scanned mine on an Epson scanner.
I really underexposed ^that one. 😦
Actually I was shooting this to verify that it worked OK. I need to sell it. I have a medium format swing lens camera (a Noblex). I should be using that instead, although the Horizon sure is compact.