Found in a Salvation Army Thrift Store in the early 1970's, my husband used this camera for many years. It is a professional quality camera, and cost a good deal of money when it was new. It takes great pictures, and you can download a manual online for this model, just search for the model name and number.
Kodak Ektar f:3.5 50mm Synchro-Compur Lens. No case, no hot-shoe for attachments, but it is drilled for one.
This is a great camera for occasional use by an experienced photographer, if you can find the film, but is not recommended for an amateur. Perfect for a collector, too! The leatherette covering is in great condition, please see photos.
Measures approx. 4 3/4" wide, 3" tall, and 1 5/8" deep when closed.