The Canon Sprint is a very compact, simple and good quality 35mm camera from 1985. It was called the Autoboy Lite in Japan and the AF35J in other countries. It requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).
Here's the description from the Canon Museum:
"Fully automatic 35mm camera using a near-infrared beam for autofocusing. Manual focusing of close-up subjects as near as 45 cm is also possible. The viewfinder displays information such as parallax correction marks for close-ups. The exposure and aperture are controlled electronically with a program. There is no self-timer. The camera came in two colors: Black and red."
We found it a very fun and easy camera to use and we really liked the lens quality and autofocus accuracy (tip: a half press of the shutter locks the focus if you want you subject off-center). We particularly liked the fact the flash would not fire unless you purposely turned it on. The use of AAA batteries has pros and cons; the good thing is that the camera is unusually small and light, the negative is that the flash recycle time is 8 seconds. To clarify the Canon Museum description, the macro mode sets a fixed focus distance of 45cm. It's a good idea to cut a piece of string 45cm long to use a tape measure if you plan on taking a lot of macro shots.
Options If you choose '+ film', a 24-exposure roll of Fujicolor 200 film will be included.
Condition notes We film tested this camera using Fomapan 100 black and white. It delivered sharp, well exposed images. All features are working correctly. The camera is in very good aesthetic condition (see photos).
CLOSE-UP: Used with flash and set with the close-up setting switch.
FOCUS LOCK: Press the shutter button down halfway and focus. Focus lock will be engaged and you can recompose the picture keeping the original focus. Releasing the shutter button (taking finger off) clears focus lock.
FILM LOADING: Automatic film loading by aligning leader with positioning mark.
FILM WINDING: Automatic
FILM REWINDING: Rewind starts automatically at end of film, stops automatically when rewind is complete.
BACK COVER: Opened by pressing back cover latch.
FRAME COUNTER: Additive type; automatically resets to “S” by opening back cover. Counts back with film rewind. Also serves to confirm correct film loading.
FILM SPEED: DX code sensor automatically sets film speed to ISO 100 or 400.
COUPLING RANGE: EV9-15 (ISO 100). BUILT-IN FLASH: Horizontal sliding type, turned on by sliding flash out. GUIDE NUMBER: 9 (ISO 100-meters).
AUTO FLASH SHOOTING DISTANCE RANGE:
0.95-4.0m (3.1-13.1ft.) with ISO 100 negative film, 0.95-8.0m (3.1-26.3ft.) with ISO 400 negative film.
FLASH RECYCLING TIME: 8 sec. or less (interval between firing of flash and relighting of flash-ready lamp) with new alkaline batteries.
BATTERY LIFE: With new alkaline batteries at normal temperatures: without flash, approximately 50 rolls of 24-exp. film. Using flash for each exposure, approximately 5 rolls of 24-exp. film.
POWER SOURCE: Two size-AAA alkaline batteries (LR03, 3V). Ni-Cd batteries cannot be used.
DIMENSIONS: 123 (W)x68.7 (H)x44.5 (D) mm (4-13/16" x 2-11/16" x 1-3/4") WEIGHT: 250g (8-13/16 ozs.) including batteries