The Kodak VR35 K14 is a high quality and very interestingly designed 35mm point-and-shoot from the late 1980s. This camera was reportedly made by the Japanese company Chinon and is quite close to their Auto 2001 model. It features a fast and very sharp 35mm f2.8 lens and a clever flip-up lens cover that also houses the camera's flash.
This camera requires an ordinary 9 volt alkaline battery (not included). It alternatively supports an oddball Kodak 9 volt lithium battery but this would be difficult to find (we tested it using a 9 volt battery and it works great).
Condition notes We tested this camera with film and it delivered sharp, correctly exposed photos. There is some cosmetic wear to the camera body (see photos) but this doesn't affect photos or functionality.