This is my first camera ever -- the Fisher-Price Picture Story Camera.
It's made of paper-covered wood and plastic. Inside is a little disc
with eight scenes. When you press the shutter button, the scene
changes and the flash cube turns. The flash cube has a picture of the
sun on one side, then a brown leaf, a snowflake, and a flower,
representing the four seasons. There's also a transparent wheel at the
back (seen behind the shutter) with colors in it. You look through the
second viewfinder and turn the wheel, and you can see the world
through the changing colors. The lens turns but has no actual
function. It also has a nifty red & yellow wrist strap, though
it's not visible in this photo.
This wonderful toy was made in 1967.
I will try to re-shoot this camera, as this is a pretty poor photo of it.