Note: We repaired a small chip beside the camera's flash (see photos). This is purely cosmetic blemish that doesn't affect the camera's usability.
The Kodak VR35 K6 is simple but good quality 35mm point-and-shoot film camera from the 1980s. It's a stylishly designed camera with support for ISO 100, 200, and 400 films (adjustable via a ring around the lens) and a built-in flash. Its lens is a 38mm f5.6 fixed focus design and quite sharp. The flash on this camera is automatic (i.e. it fires when needed) with an added 'fill-in' switch to fill in subject shadows in daylight conditions.
The camera requires two AA batteries (not included). The original case and lens cap are included.
Condition notes The camera was tested with batteries installed and a film roll running through the camera (the film was not developed). All functions are working correctly. The camera does show some cosmetic wear (see photos).