Kodak KD40

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The Kodak KD40 is a 1990s-era camera for 35mm film. It has motor-driven film advance, a built-in flash (including a "flash-off" option), DX coding (100, 200, 400 and 1000 ISO films), a 28mm 3-element lens, a so-called "panoramic" mode, an "infinity focus" mode, and red eye reduction. The focus range is 1.2m to infinity.