Kodak VR35 K40

Kodak VR35 K40
Kodak VR35 K40

The Kodak VR35 K40 camera was manufactured in Japan from 1986 until 1993 when production stopped 30 years ago. The VR35 K40 was designed to take 35mm, Cartridge Roll film. The camera requires 2, AA batteries. Unloaded, the camera weighs 258.00 g (9.1 oz.), with batteries 308.00 g (10.86 oz.), and with film, 327.00 g (11.53 oz.). Initially priced at $83.00, the VR35 K40 would cost $171.06 in 2011. Features include integrated flash.

General Information

Years Made1986-1993 (30 to 37 Years Old)
MSRP$83.00 ($171.06 2012 Dollars)
Film35mm Film
Weight258.00 g (9.1 oz.)
Battery2 x AA
Country of ManufactureJapan


Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
No Yes No No No

Comments (2)

Jan Kuykendall wrote on July 15th, 2014
I need some instructions for this camera, it has some film in it & has some pictures taken, need to know how to take the film out after it is wound up, do not know how to do the wind it up either!!!
Brandon Campbell wrote on February 15th, 2015
I had a K40 back in the day, it started rewinding automatically after reaching the end of the film, but I believe you could also force it to rewind using a switch on the bottom. It is a motorized rewind, so you just wait until it's finished making noise and then open it up.

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