The Pentax Espio 140 (called the IQZoom 140 in some countries) was the top of the Espio line of compact 35mm point and shoot cameras when it was released in the mid 1990s. Ads in Popular Photography archives show it was $300USD in 1996 (close to $500 with inflation); for comparison, a brand new K1000 with lens sold for only $230. The Espio 140 features a nice 38-140mm lens (f/4.1-10.2 9 elements in 7 groups).
The Espio 140 requires a CR123 lithium battery for power (optional). A Pentax leatherette case is included.
Condition notes The camera was tested with a battery and film installed and all major functions are working well (we didn't develop the film), and the camera is in good cosmetic condition (see photos). We verified the camera's true film plane focus accuracy with an autocollimator.