Kodak Medalist S900 Tele dual lens 35mm film camera

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The Kodak Medalist S900 Tele (called the S-Series S900 in some countries) is an interesting American-made dual lens point-and-shoot 35mm camera from the late 1980s. In its wide angle mode (34mm focal length), the camera is focus free and in its telephoto mode (62mm) it's autofocus. In addition, the camera lets you choose the following flash modes: auto flash, daylight fill flash, or flash cancel. 

We should warn it has a pretty unusual rewind switch that's dangerously close to the film door open switch (be sure not to accidentally open the film door before the film is rewound!).

This camera requires a CR-P2 lithium battery (available as an option).

Example photos
Here are some photos another person took with this model of camera: https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3342570-kodak-s900-tele/photos

Condition notes
We tested this camera with film and a battery installed (we did not process the film) and all functions are working correctly. The camera is very good cosmetic condition (see photos).

Specifications (source: filmphotography.eu)

  • Brand: Kodak
  • Name: Kodak S900 Tele
  • Type: Snapshot camera
  • Type of film: 35mm
  • Focal length: 34 mm, 62 mm
  • Maximum aperture: f / 5
  • Focus: autofocus
  • Shutter speeds: 1/100 s
  • Flash / Flash connection: Built-in flash
  • Release date: 1988
  • Power: CR-P2 lithium battery