A simple point and shoot
A simple point and shoot will be the camera for this project. It’s an Olympus AF10 Super with Quartz date. Half pressing the shutter triggers the light metering and focusing. There is a ‘filler’ flash that can be switched on or off but the over all exposure will be the same as with out flash. The Quartz Date option exposes the date on each frame.
This is a hassle free point and shoot. The shutter button is so sensitive that a slight touch is all you need to fire it while the focusing and metering, done together automatically, are fast and accurate enough to keep up. In fact i am amazed at the speed with which you can compose and shoot. There are no out of focus frames neither incorrect exposures from my 1st couple of test rolls.
The photos here are from my 1st test roll. Shot on Kodak Color Plus 200.