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.
Category: Prime Lens Cameras
Kodak Retinette I, Type 030, Vintage Compact Film Camera
Kodak Retinette I, Type 030 is a 1950s vintage 35mm film Camera, with a large viewfinder and a quirky film advance lever.
Round-up of, Single-Use, Disposable Film Cameras
Round-up of some 35mm disposable, or single-use, compact point & shoot film cameras, from Ilford, Kodak, Fujifilm and others.
New Polaroid camera and instant film format
Polaroid is back with a brand new instant camera and instant film range, including colour and black & white, known as Polaroid Originals.
Do Digital/Film Hybrid Cameras Change the Rules of Instant Photography?
Many instant film cameras are certainly point & shoot and some are even compact. But how about the newer digital/film hybrid cameras?
Agfa FunCam Motor, with a Large Viewfinder
The Agfa FunCam Motor is an autowind, auto ISO, fixed focus, point & shoot film camera, with a large viewfinder.
Lomography Introduces New Disposable Point & Shoot Film Camera
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, Multiple Names & Colours, Same Camera
Kodak S100 EF is one of the many brand names that this basic point and shoot film camera goes under.
Zeiss Ikon Contina Ib Point & Shoot Film Camera, probably
A beautifully designed and engineered Zeiss Ikon Contina 1b vintage point and shoot film camera.
From the Deep Unknown, a ‘Waterproof’ Point & Shoot Film Camera
An unknown brand 'waterproof' compact point and shoot film camera, intended to protect camera and film from water damage.