Having a good supply of expired but properly stored Fuji and Kodak color film gave me a good reason to get out with my Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim camera. I loaded a roll of Kodak Gold 200 with an expiration date of 09/2009 and made 24 exposures on walks in the neighborhood.
Several things became apparent when I processed the film normally in Cinestill C-41. The decade of refrigerated storage had resulted in very little deterioration. And, having not used the little vuws camera for some time, I had forgotten the fine points of shooting it. I managed to capture my finger in about half the shots. The 22mm lens, the small aperture and great depth of focus means you really need to shoot the camera much as you would a pinhole. The processed film did have quite marked curvature across the width, so I had to scan it upside down with the curve away from the glass to avoid Newton rings.
I'm pleased I have lived to see another Spring.