On Tripod: Olympus Infinity SuperZoom 330. Back Row: Nikon One Touch (L35AF2), Canon AF35ML, Canon A35F, Fujica DL-100. Front Row: Olympus OZ 150R, Olympus LT Zoom 105, Minolta Freedom Zoom 160. The Canon A35F is a Rangefinder based on the Canonet 28. I bought it on eBay a few years ago for $6 or $8. I bought the Olympus OZ105R new in 1999 for around $90. The rest were bought at thrift stores for $5 or less. In fact, the Minolta was $2 and the red Olympus was $1.50! All work fine. The Olympus SuperZoom looks like a camcorder, but it's a 35mm film autofocus camera and takes excellent photos (although slow to set up and easy to shake.) I plan to take the Nikon, Canon ML, and Fujica out for a comparison shoot. They're all non-zoom point-and-shoots from the same era.