I answer to a forgotten camera challenge.
My camera (actually was my grandfather's) is the Agfa Isola I. The camera was produced in years 1957–1960. It is a point-and-shoot of its time. It has only one shutter speed (1/30th) and B, and two apertures, ƒ/11 for cloudy and ƒ/16 for sunny weather (so the "sunny 16" rule demands ISO 25 film...!). The camera takes medium format (120) films and has square aspect ratio of 6x6 cm (actually 56x56mm).
The photograph with Agfa Isola I was taken in the spring of 2007 in Secovlje salina nature park (I work there), home developed, scanned. Contrast and some sharpening was added.The other two are of the camera with ladder case, and the person posing with the camera is my brother....