Vivitar XM130

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The Vivitar XM130 is a late-1990s compact camera for the briefly popular APS film format. It offers all three APS aspect ratios, a fixed-focus lens, motor-driven film advance, a self-timer, built-in flash, a red eye reduction system, and needs a CR2 battery to operate.[1]

The autofocus version was called Vivitar XM230. Both have the typical late-1990s compact camera shape.