Braun New Handy Fun Edition Focus Free Camera

This is a so-called Focus Free or Toy Camera, a simple plastic camera. The Braun company, founded in 1915, has once made high quality cameras. The company was sold to Reflecta, which later diversified into the low quality market by the end of the 80s. This model is said to be from 2000, it's quite common and exists in multiple colours, without the "fun" name it also was made in silver. The transparent version is rare.

Its main features are:

28mm wide angle plastic lens, focus free
Shutter ~ 1/100
Double Exposure Prevention, flash, lens protection slider, red eye reducing LED
Size 113 x 68 x 41,  Weight 120 gr.

Camera, pouch and instructions.

Camera front closed. 

Lens open. There is a slider near the bottom to set the flash on. Under the flash is a red eye reducing LED, don't know if it really works.

Camera back. Flash ready lamp, viewer and film advance.
Film presence window, not common on these cameras.

Camera top.
Rewind handle,  film counter and shutter release.

Camera bottom. Rewind release.
Battery compartment. Takes one AA battery.

Film compartment. Note the slghtly curved film plane, it helps against the vignetting of the simple plastic lens.

These are 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 o.k.. The rest will be "Lomo" style, but you can use flash for interior photos. This camera is nice and funny.