The Vivitar P5:35 was first manufactured in 1986 and was being pushed as the next big point and shoot camera. So much so that the company paid the Smothers Brothers to perform a 30 second commercial. The camera originally sold for under $100 USD and became a very popular camera in the late 80s. This camera features a built-in flash (with a red pop-up indicator), Red-eye reduction, Automatic Rewind, and accurate auto-focus. I have used this camera on several different occasions and have been very pleased with the results (as shown)
This particular camera has some minor signs of wear but is in perfect working condition. This includes, shutter, flash, rewind and film advance. The battery port shows some signs of wear but has no effect on battery life.
If you have any questions regarding this camera, please feel free to ask and I will be happy to help assist!
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