I bought the White Knight fisheye in early May but waited to review until I had developed several rolls of film and worked out some of the little kinks. It made it from Ohio to Rome and back again with no issues and a lot of spectacular pictures!
First off- I love the White Knight edition. It's sleek and modern, as well as being a compromise for my boyfriend. (I wanted to buy the pink, but as he frequently uses my cameras I thought it would be nice for him not to have to use such an obvious "girl" camera. <3) It has a little crab on the top of the camera, and as a Cancer I found this particularly charming. The body is white plastic, with metal hardware accents. Keep in mind that this is a "toy" camera, and you can't go beating it about and expect it to work well! I can toss it into my bag and take it along, but I'm sure to not drop it or let it get overly jostled. Another little thing was that the included rubber lens cap keeps falling off. It's kind of annoying, but not such a downside as to keep me from buying another if this one ever breaks.
As for the actual features on the camera they were super fun to work with. It has a shutter lock which keeps you from taking photos of the inside of your bag. It has a "B" setting, which basically keeps your shutter open for however long you keep it pressed down. This is fun to do at night with city lights. Keeping it still is very important to coming out with a great clear picture, but then again moving about can give you an interesting one with tons of blurs and light trails.
It also has a very easy to use double exposure setting. Basically take a picture, don't wind your reel, flip the little switch on the back and take another picture. It's that easy and makes for some interesting pictures. It has an enclosed flash, which sounded like a jet engine being started up, but worked well. Leaves nice light on glass surfaces. There is also an option for a hotshoe flash, but it's not really necessary for day to day use. I used a 400 speed film for my first roll and this took excellent photos in most lighting. With the first roll you'll learn a lot about how to get the most dramatic pictures. Hint- Get closer, and having straight things like buildings or wall edges in the background make for even more fun. I would 100% recommend this to anyone looking for a fun camera that gives great results.
ALSO- Be sure to mention to your film processing place that this is a fisheye camera and that there will be double exposures, light trails, etc. I mentioned this to the guy at the processing place and he looked at me like I'd grown a third arm. He did develop the double exposures correctly but managed to cut the edges off of my photos, resulting in not the 360 circle of photo, but close with the top and bottom edges cut off. . .