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.
An unknown brand 'waterproof' compact point and shoot film camera, intended to protect camera and film from water damage.
Voigtländer Vito B, a beautifully designed manual point and shoot retro film camera from the 1950s.
Photographic examples taken by Point & Shoot Film Cameras website's favourite three compact film cameras.
The Kodak S300MD is a basic point and shoot film camera, with an uncanny resemblance to Darth Vader's helmet.
The Fujifilm DL Super Mini, Cardia Tiara, is perhaps the smallest mainstream point and shoot film camera ever made. It may be compact, but it...
Prime lens or zoom, point and shoot film cameras? Why does there appear to be more prime lens compact film cameras, versus zoom lens point...
Ricoh YF-28 Super, fixed focus point and shoot film camera, with a 28mm lens.