The Astral Delta Autofocus is a simple point and shoot 35mm film camera from the 1990s. We haven't been able to find any information online about this camera but it seems that Astral may have been the house brand for Black's, a Canadian photography specialty store.
This is a nice little camera with very simple controls. It offers the following modes: auto flash; force flash (for shadow fill and shooting against the sun); flash cancel; self-timer; continuous shooting; and bulb exposure. We haven't found the specifications but the lens looks to be about an 35mm (moderate wide angle) with a roughly f3.5 largest aperture.
The camera requires two AA batteries (not included). The pictured case is included.
Add-ons If you choose '+ film' you'll receive a 24-exposure roll of Fujicolor 200 film along with the camera.
Condition notes The camera was tested with batteries installed and a film roll running through the camera (the film was not developed). All functions are working correctly except for a tiny, mostly aesthetic flaw: the built in lens cap doesn't fully close when the camera is off (see the photo where the lens cap is closed). The camera is in very good cosmetic condition (see photos).