With good old 35mm film rolls, it's difficult to make a camera so flat that it will easily slip into a pocket. 'Whatever shall we do about this', Kodak thought, and stuck the negatives into a flat disc. On offer here is one of the models of Kodak camera made for that disc film. It used to take teensy-weensy 10x8 mm exposures - the disc wouldn't accomodate a larger format - and the resulting poor image quality probably contributed to the rapid demise of the format.
On offer is a Kodak Disc 3600, now almost completely useless because disc film has been out of production since the '90s. Perhaps, however, it will make a nice addition to a collection, or find a new life as a prop in a sci-fi movie?
The present example is in good cosmetic shape and comes with the original strap. It takes 2x AA batteries (not included), should you want to bring it to life. Though everything looks fine on the outside, I have not been able to test this camera. It is sold as-is.