My Big Art Mob.
It's a fixed focus lens, with d a small aperture (stop sniggering at the back) giving depth of field from a couple of metres to infinity - quite common in these 1960s point 'n' shoot cameras. These things had "Glass Lens" on the front, as if that was a big selling point; presumably the cheaper models used very thin slivers of animal horn. You won't get great optical quality out of it, but if you look on it as Lomography without the outageous price tag it'll be a lot of fun.
Thanks for the info, harimanjaro. That's what I thought- might be fun playing with it. The picture count thingy is broken though and I am not quite sure wether the lens even opens when I press the shutter. The film is transporting okay though. I shall find out!
er, you've got your finger over the lens...
I know. The black thing around the lens (telling you what kind of lens it is) came off and I am keeping it in place with my finger. I have to glue it back on.