Balda Baldinette a folding 35mm camera was manufactured by Balda Bunde Kamera-Werk in West-Germany around 1951. It is fitted with a Schneider-Kreuznach Radionar f/2.9 50mm lens in a Prontor-S shutter.
It is quite compact and easy to handle. The camera is built over a sturdy die cast body and has a clear resemblance to some Kodak Retina cameras and especially to Zeiss Nettar 515.
If you place a cursor on the picture the camera turns and you will see the ("tiefenscharfentabel") depth of field table on the back of the camera. If I'm right , instead of it there might sometimes be an exposure table, that can be used as a guide to expose pictures correctly. Table is based on an aperture of f 5.6 with a film speed of 17 ASA (17/10 Din) with two choices of settings. All settings have two exposure times, one for a bright times of a day and the other for a darker situations.