Halina Prefect SENIOR c 1955
Haking of Hong Kong made lots of cheap cameras and the Prefect Senior is typical. No, there was no "Junior."

It's a fixed focus camera with three iris openings with the fastest being f8. The Halina Prefect produces 6x6 images on 120 film.
If you squint really hard, you'll get a vague idea of your subject.
All cameras have limitations. In fact, all factors in photography do.  E.I., developing time and camera steadiness, effect output more than how much money you drop on equipment.
Hay Rake
E.F.G. - Photographer.
Kodak Tri-X in HC110(b) for six minutes. Yellow filter held over the lens on all photos but the portrait.