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    My experiences:

    -Olympus XA, liked it a lot in low light with a small table tripod. Very handy visiting seashore bars in the evening around SE Asia. Focusing can be troublesome. Sold it and regret it now.
    -Olympus Mju II (Stylus Epic), very good image quality but too noisy for me. Sold it, no regrets.
    -Olympus Trip, no batteries but not really pocketable. I still have one though. One of my favourites.
    -Rollei 35, my current travel camera. Focusing is a problem wide open. Image quality is great.

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    I don't think it's been mentioned yet ( I SEARCHED! ), but the Nikon L35AF is a good point & shoot. Maybe not great, but a bit of a sleeper.

    35mm focal length, f/2.8, accurate autofocus, can be used w/ filters, fill flash, etc. Plus it's robust.

    Just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumalite View Post
    I use an Olympus Stylus Epic and a Rollei 35
    Add Contax TVS II

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