The Vivitar VP6500 is a very compact autofocus 35mm point-and-shoot from the 1990s with some interesting features (including a multiple exposure mode) and a very good lens.
It features the following modes:
Auto-s flash (red-eye reduction)
Flash ON (fill-in flash to eliminate subject shadows or illuminate backlit subjects)
Flash OFF (museum mode)
ME: Multiple exposure
This camera requires a CR123 battery (available as an option).
Condition notes The camera is in good cosmetic (see photos) and functional condition. In addition we tested the cameras film plane focus accuracy on an autocollimator (the lens had very good resolving power/sharpness for a camera of its class).