I happened across this simple point-and-shoot 35mm camera at the Salvation Army. They were asking $2.00 for it, so I picked it up right away. I can't find any information about this unique little camera.

Film loading and advance is all manual, and it has a setting to choose between two film ISO settings (100 or 400) and a battery powered flash. Apart from this, there are no other settings. It does have a transparent sliding lens cover, which is different.

I'm really anxious to see how well it takes photos. Printing around the lens says that it has a Cintar lens, but I've never heard of that lens maker before.

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