Note: The frame counter is not working on this camera, it's otherwise in good working order.
The Bell and Howell M310 Dial-A-Matic is an interesting budget point-and-shoot from the 1990s with zone focusing. With this camera you choose between four focus 'zones': normal (everything from a full body picture of a human subject to infinity); portrait (head and shoulders); close-up (head shot); or macro (~30cm). Some people prefer zone focusing to auto focus because you have control and the camera can't be "fooled".
Beside the focusing scheme, the M310 is a pretty conventional 90s point-and-shoot, featuring motor drive, and a built-in flash.
This camera requires two AA batteries (not included).
Condition notes The camera was tested with film and a battery installed (it was not developed however) and it is working correctly. As mentioned above, the frame counter is not working. The camera is in very good cosmetic condition (see photos) with the most noteworthy flaw being some paint wear on the bottom.