The Vivitar Series 1 370Z is a basic but well-designed 35mm point-and-shoot from the 1990s featuring the company's well-regarded "Series 1" lens technology.
We weren't able to locate the manual for this camera but it's very simple to use. There's a sticker on the back explaining most of its features.
This camera requires a CR123 lithium battery (available as an option).
Series 1 lens 35-70mmn f4-8
Works as either a conventional zoom camera or a tele/zoom mode where you can toggle between two focal lengths
Autofocus from 65mm to infinity
Programmed electronic shutter
Automatic film speed setting by DX code for ISO 50/100/200/400/1000/1600
Auto film advance by motor
Rapid recharge electronic flash (3.5 seconds)
Fill flash button for shooting backlit subjects
Powered by one CR123 lithium battery
Condition notes The camera is in good cosmetic and functional condition. We ran film through the camera and tested all modes (we did not develop the film). In addition we verified the film plane focus accuracy on an autocollimator (the lens displayed very good sharpness and resolving power for a 35mm compact zoom lens!).