The Belami AF made by Chinon is a point and shoot 35mm autofocus camera that has a single "barn door".

The camera is activated by pulling open the single front door. Uses a built in flash that is always on and charging when open (shortening battery life). The flash cannot be turned off but holding the flash door closed with a finger will turn off the flash and allow "natural light" photos or locations prohibiting flash.

Lens is a Chinon 35mm f3.9.

Power came from the "new" CR123A or DL123A 3volt lithium battery rather than AA or AAA standard batteries. The camera uses DX coding to recognise film speed, and defaults to 100ASA on non-coded films - however it will only operate at 100 or 400ASA, whichever is closest to the film speed.