I've always had an affinity with Yashica, their TLR's being one of my most used budget medium format cameras and I also have small collection of their rangefinder 35mm cameras which I also like.
They can be found and purchased really inexpensively along with a great selection of lenses. Mine came with a 35-70mm and I have since added the 50mm F1.8 and a second body.
I shoved a pretty old roll of Kodak Colorplus 200 in mine and popped a few shots when I went to town with my wife and finished the roll close to home. This series were all shot in "P" mode and although the 230AF allows you to toggle aperture/shutter speed combinations with the command switch just in front of the shutter button I didn't use it. I had set the iso in camera to 100 so the film was overexposed to try and help for the fact it was old, it had expired in 2007, and I nearly always overexpose colour negative film anyway.
I sent it of to my favourite film lab for developing and scanning and was really pleased with what I got back from little 230AF with its old film. UK Film Lab always give you feedback for each of the films you send to them which is really useful. Here is the feedback for this old roll of Colorplus.."Your roll in folder 199 seemed quite expired and has led to a bit of under-exposure of varying degrees across the roll." Heck ok I'll bump the exposure up a bit more next time when shooting that old film but to be honest I don't care because I love the results anyway!!
Film processing and scanning by the very nice folks at UK Film Lab