I bought this for £1.99 from a charity shop, boxed and with a case. I have not used it yet.
This is a small viewfinder Camera made by Haking under their Halina brand, from 1986.
It features a single shutter speed (most likely 1/125s) and a simple aperture control which is marked as a film speed selector, with settings for ISO 100, 200, and 1000.
The lens is 33mm focal length, I assume it is just a simple meniscus lens.
It has a built in flash, using 2 AAA batteries, and a simple lens cover which locks the shutter.