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.
Review of the Olympus mju II, Stylus Epic, a small compact, light and easy to use point and shoot film camera, with a 35mm, f2.8...
The Minolta Prod 20’s is a retro, limited edition, film point and shoot autofocus camera, with an art-deco inspired vintage design.
Canonet QL17 GIII camera has a faster 40mm lens, versus the Canonet QL19. But, when features are compared, how different are they really?
Panasonic C-426AF camera review. An extremely simple point and shoot film camera, with a flash and daylight synchronisation mode.
Contemporary review of the Canonet QL19 as a compact point and shoot, shutter priority, quiet, film rangefinder camera, with a 45mm lens.
Canon Canonet. A point and shoot camera from a bygone era.