Try an Olympus XA W A-16 Flash.
As I've recently just learned, that the image quality,
Originally Posted by BryceEsquerre
or the ease of use, or advanced features aren't the
highest priority, but the price is the ONLY THING
THAT MATTERS, here's what I would suggest,
since this camera has been mentioned, but not
Look for an Olympus XA with an A-16 flash.
This camera is:
Aperture Priority, with a Manually set ISO, with a
+1.5 exposure Backlight switch,
By having a manually set ISO, you can compensate
for B&W & Color Negative mislabeled ISO's.
DX won't allow you to do this,
Featuring a 35 mm 6 element, ( planar type ),
f 2.8 lens, the lens can deliver 11 x 14's,
( I've done it ),
A slightly powerful flash with a Leaf Shutter which
will synch up to the maximum 1/500th sec shutter
speed, of the camera,
While the A-16 flash takes only 2 AA batteries, but
if you use Lithiums it's O.K., but just don't keep
the batteries in the flash, when you're not using it,
Also, the flash only has settings for ISO 100 & 400,
but this can be worked around & is not significant,
Completely Manual RF split image focusing but with
a Hyperfocal Focus Setting at f 5.6 @ 5 ft,
when it's needed, ( and it works, I can tell you ),
By size will fit in a Large Cell Phone Holster.