Note: This camera has a minor flaw where the battery door can fall off when it's being opened (it's easy to snap back into place) and it has a tiny air gap when batteries are installed. This is no way affects the camera's functionality.
The Vivitar Zoom 390 is a 35mm film camera from the early aughts that has a number of sophisticated features for its class. It features a wide 38-90mm zoom range; it supports a wide range of film speeds (ISO 50- ISO 3200); and it offers a relatively fast 1/360 maximum shutter speed (which helps when using ISO 400 or fast film on sunny days).
The same camera was sold under the Polaroid PZ2320.
The camera requires two AA battery (not included).
Condition notes The camera was tested with film and a battery installed (it was not developed however) and it is working correctly. In addition we verified the camera's autofocus by checking the film plane focus on an autocollimator.
Lens: 38mm (F7.0) to 90mm (F10.5), 4 element, 4 group lens (effective zoom range 38mm - 85mm) 5 steps zoom, 2 retractable barrel sections
Focusing: Active infrared auto focus system
Focusing Range: 3ft. (0.9m) to infinity
Format: 24 x 36mm
Film Speed: ISO 50 - ISO 3200
Film Loading: Automatic Loading System
Film Winding: Auto wind, auto rewind, mid-roll rewind
Shutter: Programmed AE shutter
Exposure System: 1/1.4 - 1/360 second
Viewfinder: Real image zoom viewfinder with AF marks
Flash: Three-way flash, recycle time around 7 seconds