This is a so-called Focus Free or Toy Camera, a simple plastic camera.
It has a "Bayard" inscription on the bottom and the old logo from the
French editor, so it might have been a give-away. It is similar to
other models with flash, but it has no slider to protect the lens.
main features are:
angle plastic lens, focus free
Double Exposure Prevention, flash
Size 113 x 62 x 35, Weight 100 gr.
Camera closed and strap.
Camera front. 3-position slder, flash-on as last
Camera back. Viewer, flash ready lamp and film advance. This one has a film type window.
Camera top. Rewind handle, film
counter and shutter release. Rewind release, engages when pressed.
Camera bottom. Battery compartment. Takes one AA
Film compartment. Note the curved film plane, it helps against the
vignetting of the simple plastic lens.
the ultimate basics of a camera, focus free, single shutter speed and
fixed aperture. Point and shoot only. If you choose the right film, ISO
400 in general and ISO 200 on very sunny days, you can shoot outside
photos that look OK. The rest will be "Lomo" style, but you can use flash for interior
On my camera spacing is much too wide, it's more than 1cm between the photos. So you lose some shots per film.