The Ricoh LX-33W is a simple but elegantly designed compact 35mm film camera from the early 1990s.
This camera requires two AA batteries (not included).
Condition notes The camera was tested with batteries and film installed and all functions are working correctly (the film was not developed however). The only minor issue (design flaw) is that we found it was somewhat tricky to remove batteries from the camera if you have large hands; you might need to have a nail file, popsicle stick, or something similar on hand to pry out batteries when they die. The camera is in very good cosmetic condition (see photos).
Example photos Here are some pictures that other people have taken with this model of camera (actually the LX-25 which features the same lens but without the splashproof design and red-eye reduction mode of this camera) to give you an idea of its image quality: https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3341672-ricoh-lx-25/photos
Specifications (from camera-wiki.org)
Release Date:July 1993
Lens:Ricoh Lens 34mm f/4.5, 3 elements in 3 groups
Shutter:1/50 sec. and 1/100 sec.
Aperture:F4.5 and F11.2
Film Speed Range:ISO 100 or 400
Other Features:Splash-proof body (JIS Class 4), Automatic Flash, Red-Eye reduction, Self-timer, Switchable Panorama
Power Source:AA-type battery X 2 (alkaline or manganese)