The Konica Pop is a simple point-and-shoot film camera that was manufactured by Konica in the 1970s and 1980s. It features a fixed 38mm f/3.5 lens, automatic exposure, and a built-in flash. The camera also has a simple button layout, with a button for flash on/off and a button for adjusting the flash distance. It was a very basic camera with no manual controls, it was meant to be very easy to use and accessible to the general public. It was small and portable, and it was a good option for people who wanted a simple and affordable camera to capture their memories.