A basic Kodak camera that had been developed so that you inserted a film cartridge of 24 exposures. Previously you had to thread a film in a camera in total darkness. Revolutionary at the time it meant that you could capture those memories such as those in your book. In practice of the 24 possible photos when you collected from the chemist 8 were always of feet or tops of heads. Those inside shots were ruined if the subject looked at the camera because the in built flash bounced of the eyes. Rebecca is looking away. Alot of them had a sticker on them and 4 were always good. Bizarely about the same strike rate as a digital camera deletion to kept ratio. Many still have these photos still which is more than can be said for the rather soulless experience of digital photo memories.