This is a Spirit SP Panorama 35mm film camera. It can shoot regular 35mm negatives or it can shoot panorama pictures with the help of a mask that blocks approximately the top and bottom quarters of the frame.
This is a fixed focus camera, which means you dont have to worry about focusing manually. The 28mm lens on this camera, in combination with a fixed f11 aperture, will ensure anything 4ft and farther from you will be in focus. It also has a fixed shutter speed of 1/125th of a second. It is recommended to use iso200 film with this camera but you could get away with iso100 on super sunny days and iso400 on slightly overcast days. This camera is about as simple as it gets: frame your shot, press the button, advance the film and you're ready to go.
The only thing to keep in mind is that the panorama switch on the camera only affects the viewfinder, it won't actually move the panorama mask inside the camera. So what you want to do is decide for each roll of film if you want to commit to shooting the whole roll in panorama mode or full frame mode and leave the mask in or take it out respectively. If you leave it in then you switch the viewfinder into panorama mode so you see exactly what will and wont be in your shot.