Kodak S900 Tele Dual Lens Point and Shoot 35mm Film Camera
Here we have a wonderful point-and-shoot 35mm film camera from Kodak, the S900 Tele. This camera is fully functional and ready to produce another lifetime of fantastic photos.
The S900 Tele was the camera that signaled Kodak's intent to re-enter the 35mm film camera market in the late 1980s. It is one of the rare point-and-shoots that was made in the USA, features two lenses of wide and tele-standard focal length, and is fully automated with manual overrides for certain functions.
Most notably, with a flick of a single switch it's possible to change the camera's lens from 34mm wide-standard to 62mm tele-standard. This makes the camera rather versatile, enabling everything from landscapes and architectural shooting, to snapshots and light portraiture.
Automatic film advance and rewind, automatic focus (fixed focus with the wide angle lens), and automatic flash activation make for a camera that's simple to use and completely capable. The flash mode is selectable between automatic, flash off, and fill flash settings.
A great camera for someone who wants to relax, shoot for fun, and not worry about manual controls and superfluous settings that come with some other types of cameras.
It operates one readily available 6-volt battery (not included).
It will be carefully packaged and shipped immediately.