Track down a number of hardware problems using the Kodak Advantix F350 troubleshooting page.
Identification and Background
The F350 is part of the Kodak Advantix range of APS cameras, introduced by Kodak in the late 90s. It has a fixed-focus, fixed-aperture lens. The flash is raised and the lens uncovered when the camera is switched on. The shutter is controlled automatically. The only controls are the on-off switch, the shutter release, and mid-roll rewind and self-timer buttons. There is a very small, LCD panel on the top showing frame-count, battery status and self-timer indicator. The flash is fired automatically when needed, with no manual override. Power comes from a 3v CR2 battery installed through the bottom.