The Canon Prima Sol is the world's first ever production solar panel camera which requires no additional batteries. "A March 1995 model from Canon's very successful Sure Shot range, the Sure Shot Del Sol - known as the Prima Sol in continental Europe and Autoboy SE in Japan - was the world's first camera using solar energy for all its power requirements".

The Camera Works Perfectly without any problems and is in great condition, and as per the last image shows there is a tiny chipped off piece on the door which has no effect on functionality.

The 32mm f/3.5 lens has 3 elements in 3 groups.
3-point intelligent autofocus.
Auto-exposure with shutter speeds ranging from 2s-1/250s.
Multiple flash modes, inc. red-eye reduction, suppressed and slow-synch. GN: 6.8m at ISO 100.
Autoloading, DX decoding, advancing, and rewinding of 35mm film.
Power: 3V CR-123A lithium battery.
Dimensions and weight: 124x67x46 mm, 260g

Camera Comes With Strap and A Fresh Roll of Kodak 400 TMAX Black and White Film.

Canon Prima Sol Solar Powered Point And Shoot Camera, No Battery Required, 32mm