|Japan from the Driver's Seat|
I recently got a camera that was sold in Japan in 1960.....in toy stores.
Plastic lens, rotary shutter with technology stolen from box brownies and an indeterminate speed, three f stops and a dubious frame counter. Add a viewfinder with a fake light sensor and rangefinder, not to mention no real correlation between what you see in the viewfinder and what ends up on film. There you have the "Meica 35".
It was a piece of crap and a joke 48 years ago and it is a piece of crap and a joke today. The difference is that these days it is adults who play with the toy cameras.
Meica 35 Toy Camera