This is a so-called Focus Free or Toy Camera, a simple plastic camera. It
has 3 additional features, a flash an ISO (aperture) switch and a "tele"
lens and it looks like a better camera. Nevertheless its a simple focus
free camera. The launch date was 1990.
Camera back. Flash ready lamp, viewer and film advance. Back opening and
film type window.
Camera top. Film rewind, film counter, "tele" switch and shutter release.
Camera bottom. No tripod socket, wouldn't make sense with 1/100 single
speed. Rewind release. Battery compartment, takes 2 AA batteries.
Film compartment. No curved film plane, sso there will be vignetting of
the simple plastic lens.
the ultimate basics of a camera, focus free, single shutter speed and 2
apertures, linked to ISO setting. On this one you have a choice of a
moderate wide angle and a setting called "tele", but 55mm are close to
standard 50mm, so no real tele available. 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 o.k.. The rest will be "Lomo"
but you can use the flash for interior photos. As I always say: You should have
used one of these once in your life!