My first 35 mm film camera. It only had an window viewfinder, it didn't even have a range finder. It could take 100 or 400 ASA films (any thing else, and you'd have to figure out exposure by yourself), had an internal light meter, with manual aperture and focus. There was no exposure control, I can only guess that it would use the typical 1/125th of a second. Unfortunately the manufacturers were too cheap to put a real hinge on the battery compartment, just a thin bit of plastic that bent instead, and it broke off quite soon. I spent years holding the remains on with sticky tape and my fingers, before I got so used to setting the aperature that I stopped using the light meter (it, and the flash, were the only things that used the battery).
It took quite good pictures, and still works fine (as far as I know), but I retired it because I wanted an SLR camera with changeable lenses.