One thing it did have, oddly done, a connection inside of a side compartment where you could hit the timer button or shift from P to Manual. And then there was this other thing inside that compartment. You could buy cards like digital camera SD cards that had either of two programs. One was for "action" shots and allowed for predicted auto focus besides higher shutter speeds. The other was a Portrait card. Both cost extra and you can find them on ebay for crazy prices like $25 each. One or the other could be hooked up inside the compartment. Shortly after this such programs were standard features built into just about all cameras ...without having to buy additional cards.
The Camera has a built in flash and you can add another. But..unlike later better models the flash doesn't pop up but remains close to the body.
One problem I had was the contact for the shutter release must have been tarnished or something and I had to push the button more than once most of the time to get the camera to fire.
It's going back on the shelf. However, it will take a decent photo. The film I was using was ASA 400 Kentmere for the first time. Seems a bit grainy.