The Halina Rolls is a 35mm viewfinder camera made by Haking in Hong Kong, possibly around 1960. The camera feels cheaply made; the lens barrel and most of the body is plastic, with a fake selenium meter window beside the viewfinder. Film advance is by lever; rewind is by a thumb-wheel extending all around the end of the camera. The shutter release has a long travel to operate the everset shutter. The film counter - above the winding lever - must be manually rotated to reset when loading a film.