Sir Ernest Shackleton used a very similar camera to document his expedition to Antarctica, after he had to abandon all of his larger, heavier plate cameras when the ship was crushed by ice. The environment here is very demanding and even hostile, but this little camera is so simple, there's almost nothing to go wrong! And I've been very impressed with its performance. I haven't had a chance to scan or print any of my negatives yet, but when I do, I'll post a few examples. In the meantime, I have one scan from this camera, made just before I left home for Alaska. I can't seem to upload the photo, so here's the link:
The linked example is Ultrafine Plus ISO100, developed in 510-Pyro 1:100, 7:30, 70F agitation 10sec/min.