Sorry for putting this in "Point-N-Shoot", but I have no idea where it should go.
The camera is not strictly a point-and-shoot. In fact, it seems rather professional-grade and apparently fetches upwards of $2000 online.
It takes 6x9 shots on 120 film, and is completely rigid. It has a Prontor shutter and was released in 1950 (I don't know where... Perhaps France?). To save on thickness, the design includes several mirrors which redirect light onto the film.
Forgive my ignorance but I've never heard of internal mirrors being used for anything other than the viewfinder. I'm quite amazed by this thing.
I'm not sure I'm convinced that mirrors wouldn't impede the photo quality. It's a rarity (only 2000 were made) so I've had trouble locating real-world experiences with it, let alone example photos...
So has anyone used it before, or perhaps owned one in a collection? I'm intrigued.