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. The range continued until 1993. They had varying degrees of sophistication, ranging from the basic fixed focus models, with one aperture, no built-in flash and manual wind, to models with motor drive, programmed auto exposure and autofocus. Manufacturing sites included Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan.
|VR35 K2||Basic fixed-focus with hot shoe for flash, manual wind|
|VR35 K4a||Manual wind, built-in flash, fixed focus, aperture selected by 3-position film speed|
|VR35 K5||Motor wind, fixed focus, pop-up flash|
|VR35 K10||1986||1988||Autofocus, Motor drive, auto exposure, flash in flip-up lens cover|
|VR35 K12||1986||1989||f2.8 Ektar fixed focus lens, with option to manually choose forced flash (fill flash). Snap on tele and wide angle aux lenses available. Can use common 9v battery in addition to special designated battery.|
|Medalist VR35 K14||1986||1989||f2.8 Ektar fixed focus lens, date back with option to choose manual forced flash (fill flash) and no flash. Snap on tele and wide angle aux lenses available. Can use common 9v battery in addition to special designated battery.|
|VR35 K40||1986||1993||fixed focus, motorised, auto-exposure, DX coding, pop-up flash.|
Also known as 35 MD and similar to the S-Series S350.
|VR35 K80||1987||1993||Auto focus, auto film speed, f3.8 ektanar lens, built in flash|
|VR35 K400||1987||1990||fixed-focus, manual wind|