I just bought one of those fix-focus, fix-exposure setting, manual-wind cameras with Galilei-finder and incorporated electronic flashlight.
It could have added to my sub-collection of coloured cameras, it is red, but the actual reason I bought it was that its design is a bit more neat and that it is labelled "Fuji" and "Fujinon Lens".
Back home I realized that the lens is a partially coated triplet.
But my actual surprise came when I tried to open the standard looking, hinged back door:
it could not be opened more than 22°.
It turned out that the film is loaded from beneath. As with other simple cameras the back door covers part of the bottom. But unlike the others that partially opened back door yields a slit to insert the leader.Like in the Leica style, but with added automatic grasping of the leader when closing the door.
This kind of bottom loading was new to me.
(Actually it says "Drop In Loading" on the front...)