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This is a very basic compact camera. I got it for next to nothing, so I tested it nevertheless. It was launched in the early 1980s. Haking, based in Hong Kong, made plenty of simple cameras from the 1950s onwards. There is not much information about this model. Its main features are:

34mm F4.5 autofocus lens, 3 elements in 3 groups,
Shutter speed 1/125
Size 119x70x45,  Weight 237 gr.
Limited DX code for ISO 100 - 400 (only 2 contacts), limited AE, flash

Front closed and strap.

Back view. Flash charge and OK lamp. Viewer. Film advance. Film type window.

Seen from above. Rewind handle, mecanical film counter and shutter button.

Seen from below. Battery compartment (takes 2AAA batteres). Rewind release.

Camera open. Automatic flash suppress slider, has to be held.

Flash charging-

flash charged.

Film compartment open.

This camera is incredibly basic. You slide it open and push the shutter, that's all. There are no features except flash suppress. The only automatic decision the camera does is flash on. The camera is said to have an auto-focus lens, but you don't see or hear anything moving. Maybe it's fixed focus. No night photos with only one shutter speed. Point and shoot as basic as possible.