Kodak’s VR35 series was a line of 35mm point-and-shoot cameras introduced in 1986, marking Kodak’s return to making 35mm cameras after a 17-year gap (they had previously stopped making such cameras in 1969). The Kodak VR35 K5 is a basic camera for 35mm film. The lens is colour corrected and the aperture varies with film speed and flash. It has a built-in flash, motor-driven film advance, and a switch for choosing the film speed. The camera was made in Hong Kong. Lens – f/5.6 38mm. Shutter: 1/125.