Kodak VR35 K4
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The Kodak VR35 K4 is a basic but well-made 1980s-era camera for 35mm film. It has manual film advance and rewind, a fixed-focus lens, and a built-in flash. It has a sliding lens cover which locks the lens. It has choice of film speeds (100, 200 and 400 ISO), which changes the aperture. Turning the flash on, even without batteries, also changes the aperture. Apart from the flash, the camera can operate without need for batteries.