Point and shoot film cameras which are either vintage, or could be described as having retro features, functionality, design or styling. Some of these are truly vintage, as in they are point and shoot film cameras from a pre-automatic age. Generally these originate prior to the 1970s, are often made of metal, with a compact format and a built-in prime lens. This section also includes more modern, even contemporary, point and shoot film cameras which are designed with a similar aesthetic to vintage cameras. These retro cameras may just look like older compact cameras, or are based on vintage camera design functionality, or are reconditioned or adapted from older models.
Kodak Retinette I, Type 030 is a 1950s vintage 35mm film Camera, with a large viewfinder and a quirky film advance lever.
A beautifully designed and engineered Zeiss Ikon Contina 1b vintage point and shoot film camera.
Voigtländer Vito B, a beautifully designed manual point and shoot retro film camera from the 1950s.
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?
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.