I loaded some Fuji Acros into my Ansco Panda and got out early enough two days in a row to take advantage of the morning light.
Because box cameras offer no possibility of any adjustments to accommodate light conditions, I think they tend to make the photographer more attentive to the existing nuances of light and shadow. With a box camera in hand, I find myself looking more for instances of the play of light and shadow that brings out the character of the subject. The central sharpness of the box camera's meniscus lens and the blurred periphery also help to emphasize the central subject matter. The Panda provides a unique wide-angle perspective which is not available in any other box camera that I am aware of.