For the lazy people.
A bit more information. The camera takes 16 photos on 127 film. It has a fixed focus 50mm lens. I have papers with the camera dating it made in 1943. It was made in New York City. Kind of an interesting piece of history. It's in almost perfect shape, which surprises me for a camera of this age, and cost $3.50 when made. Looks like it was never used. I think the only way I'd be able to use it is if I could respool 35mm film onto the 127 spools. Kodak still makes Portra in 46mm bulk rolls, but I'm not really wanting color film.
So yeah...this is the oldest point and shoot camera I have.
Oh, and I just realized that this camera is also a prime candidate for a pinhole camera...and, to tell you the truth, I think that's all it really is. The lens is plastic...probably doesn't really do much.