The point and shoot film cameras featured in this category all feature prime lenses. Some people prefer prime lens compact film cameras, as they consider them to have a better optical quality overall. Others prefer the flexibility that zoom lenses provide. In general, it is a personal preference as to whether to use zoom or prime lens point and shoot film cameras.
Kodak Retinette I, Type 030 is a 1950s vintage 35mm film Camera, with a large viewfinder and a quirky film advance lever.
Many instant film cameras are certainly point & shoot and some are even compact. But how about the newer digital/film hybrid cameras?
Three brand new 35mm disposable point and shoot compact film cameras released, with three different types of film; black and white, colour, and purple.
Kodak S100 EF is one of the many brand names that this basic point and shoot film camera goes under.
A beautifully designed and engineered Zeiss Ikon Contina 1b vintage point and shoot film camera.
An unknown brand 'waterproof' compact point and shoot film camera, intended to protect camera and film from water damage.