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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram View Post
    I found the Smena 8M on ebay and will try to get a good price for it. I see it goes from 10 to 50 US dollars.
    $50 for a Smena 8m?! It's a robbery. I had one when I was a kid. $10 is a reasonable price. Ok, it's better than a Holga but so what? It's very flimsy and sooner or later you'll have problems.

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    Ok, which is the smallest 35mm compact camera then? The Rollei 35?
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    The Olympus XA cameras are quite small.


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    The vivitar wide&slim is quite cool and small. I have one and keep it in my purse all the time. If you bulk load your film in plastic canisters, the whole dealy when loaded weighs only 85g or thereabouts. A literal point & shoot but not a bad one... then again some photos from it can be a bit bland, some do get vignetting like an LCA, though.
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    Fisher Price have a fun little one for children. I get strange strange looks when going about town with it, but its 38mm lens is a hoot.

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    I have an Olympus 35RC. It is a very nice camera, has rangefinder, very sharp Zuiko lens. Great little camera, can be found on fleabay for reasonable $$.
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    My New Toy

    This is my newest last "Toy" camera. Found at a thriftstore. If what I have found about this is correct a 24exp roll will give me 96 clicks. That should make me popular at the lab. I wish it had a tripod mount.
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    Or a Minox 35GT. Nice collapsible lens and a camera that folds up to be no larger than a pack of cigarettes. Excellent camera, but hardly a toy camera. Probably the smallest full frame 35mm camera ever made, and (ironically) the largest camera Minox ever made.

    http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Minox_35_GT

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram View Post
    Reading about this new 35mm TTL toy camera, I thought, is there another one that is designed for 35mm film but smaller, like a toy RF? I am not talking about modified Holgas and such, but an actual small 35mm toy camera to put in my pocket and snap around. 120 cameras are too big.
    120 too big? Why not get an old 120 folding camera? They fit in my pockets atleast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polybun View Post
    120 too big? Why not get an old 120 folding camera? They fit in my pockets atleast.
    I have several.
    I want the advantages of a small 35mm camera, like three times the exposures and easier winding of a roll.
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