A rather decent camera in its day. It has a true split-image RF as opposed to the more common superimposed image type that is sometime misnamed as "split-image".
One of these was the second camera that I disassembled and repaired back when I was in the 6-7th grade. The sample I repaired had been smoke damaged as the result of a house fire. The transport worked but not the shutter and all of the glass surfaces, lens VF and RF, were virtually opaque with soot. After hearing my dad brag about my fixing the shutter on a Kodak Vigalant 620 (same Kodamatic) one of his co-workers gave him the 35RF for me to explore. He was quite surprised when Dad returned it a few weeks later in nearly pristine condition, though still with a very faint scent of smoke.