I found this spiffy little Felica recently on ebay. The camera has some things in common with my all-time favorite box camera, the Ansco Panda. The Felica is only a little less compact than the tiny Panda, and it also has a 60mm focal length meniscus lens, which produces a wide-angle view compared to most 6x6 format cameras. Additionally, the Felica has a full focusing lens, shutter speed choices of 1/25, 1/50 and B as well as "cloud" and "sun" settings which are equal to f8 and f16. A lever on the shutter housing can toggle in a yellow filter behind the lens. The eye-level finder on the Felica is a little easier to use in bright sun than the waist-level type found on many box cameras including the Panda. Another nice feature is that the camera can use standard 120 roll film, which makes film loading quite a bit more convenient than the 620 Kodaks from the same era. The company made several variations of the design including one which puts sixteen 6x4.5 images on a 120 roll. As it says on the face plate, the Felica was made in West Germany, probably in about 1957.