The Fujifilm FZ-5 is a very basic compact focus free point-and-shoot 35mm film camera with a 35mm 3-element lens. Here's the description from camera-wiki.org:
This camera is a fixed-focus compact camera from Fuji, the FZ-5 was introduced in 1989 after being exhibited at Photokina the previous year. It was available in bright red or black (edit: this is definitely more grey than black). In Japan it was also known as the Fuji Bene. A Hi! Mickey Mouse version was also produced.
This camera requires two AA batteries for its flash. This camera is intended to be used with ISO 400 or 200 color negative film.
Condition notes This camera is in condition. There's some minor cosmetic wear (see photos). We tested it with a battery and film installed and all functions are working correctly. The film was not developed.