Found this little guy on eBay for a total of about $25. It's a Baldinette, an early-1950s folder for 35mm film by the German firm of Balda-Werk. The lens is the 50/3.5 Baldinar. This camera was offered with a choice of several different lenses in its day. It's in great condition and everything works. I don't really have to do any thing to restore it for a change. I took a chance on a seller who was not too familiar with cameras. Sometimes this can produce nice bargains. The camera came with a little Gossen clip-on light meter which also works and I'll probably sell that. It should return about half what I spent. Maybe more. The film wind knob on this camera is on the bottom, a little bit like some of the Kodak Retina cameras which it was made to compete with. One odd thing is that the shutter release button is on the left side when you hold the camera horizontally.