This is a later and good quality model in the great Canon Sure Shot series of point-and-shoot 35mm cameras. The Sure Shot 76 Zoom was called the Prima Zoom 76 in Europe and the Autoboy Luna 76 in Japan.
Here's the description from the Canon Museum:
"Replacing the Autoboy Juno / SURE SHOT 60 ZOOM / PRIMA ZOOM SHOT marketed in October 1995; this model features an excellent quality objective lens, a well-balanced high quality, user-friendly design, and excellent cost-performance through innovative cost-conscious design. The 2X zoom 38-76mm f/4.2-7.8 lens uses an aspherical element to correct aberrations and the 3-point AiAF insures correct focus even without a central subject. The large real-image viewfinder is easy to use even with eyeglasses, and an oversized mode dial controls the five shooting modes. The result is an easy-to-use camera that produces excellent quality pictures. The lens retracts completely giving a clean, flat body. White gold trim and metallic lens rings give the design a very high quality feel."
Condition notes All camera features were tested with a battery and film installed (the film was not developed) and it working great. The only noteworthy flaw is a black small speck in the viewfinder (this does not affect the camera's photos or functionality). We also verified the camera's focusing accuracy at the film plane using an autocollimator. The camera's cosmetic condition is excellent (see photos).