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Vivitar PS:135

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The Vivitar PS:135 is an autofocus 35mm point-and-shoot camera marketed by Vivitar in the late 1980s. The camera is listed in the July 1989 edition of the Vivitar Buyer's Guide[1]. The camera includes a built-in electronic flash, automatic film loading, automatic film speed detection for DX coded film, automatic exposure, and motorized film advance and rewind. The camera is usually found in black but a small number of maroon and grey examples are know to exist as well.


  • Maroon with white shutter release, white markings
  • Black with red shutter release, red and white markings
  • Grey with red shutter release, red and white markings


  • Badging: Vivitar
  • Manufacturer: unknown
  • Viewfinder: eye level
  • Film: 135 (35mm)
  • Lens: 34mm f/3.8
  • Focusing: 1.3 m (4.3 ft) - infinity
  • Battery: AA (2)
  • Weight: 247 g (8.7 oz)
  • Original product number: 080691


  1. Vivitar Buyer's Guide, 1 July, 1989, 35mm autofocus cameras, p.v3