This antique Swiss-made camera is truly a tiny beauty. It is made from a solid piece of aluminum (yup, just like your Macbook Pro), and according to Ebay seller PowerSeller228, the original ad for the camera from 1938 read, "The Compass, the embodiment of scientific systems in miniature cameras. Built like a watch - as simple to use."
It was originally developed and patented by Noel Pemberton-Billing, a British aircraft builder, pilot, politician and businessman, who approached the Swiss watch-making company LeCoultre to physically manufacture it. According to our sources, there are no more than 4000 of these bad boys floating around.
The camera takes 24x36mm film or glass plate negatives. It was well know for the massive amount of features it offered in such a tiny body, including built-in yellow, green and orange filters.