This was a project by an inventor/enterpreneur to pitch a "Palm Booth" camera (a tiny photo booth that fits in your hand) as a kids product to Hasbro. It was my task to design the camera for the presentation, trying to work out a way to integrate all the potential components into a small device.
Later the project involved designing accessories such as "clothes" for it (equivalents of phone cases), and a miniature portable printer, long before similar smartphone-connected devices became a relatively common product.
The basic camera exterior. The blue insert that looks a bit like a film cartrige would be a miniature built in printer. What looks like a second SD card on the other side would contain software filters for various image effects.
And I included a handy little built-in stand (mostly so it could be tilted while placed on a surface).
Illustrating potential internal arrangements.
Some possible "clothes" options, before smartphone cases were quite so ubiquitous. The transparent rectangles on the upper left are slots to keep some of the tiny 'photo booth' style printouts.
And some licensed branded ones.
And from a later evolution, the portable miniature printer, for which one could also purchase various "clothes".