|Olympus P&S pocket cameras.|
Olympus Trip AF (1984) with 35mm f/3.5 with user selectable ISO 100 and 400 setting, thumbwheel film advance.
Olympus Infinity AF (1989?)(perhaps the first model)- 35mm f/2.8 Zuiko lens, auto-flash, focus lock, DX-code, self-timer.
Olympus Infinity Stylus Epic Zoom 80 Deluxe. (2000) -38-80mm zoom, AF, all-weather, panorama mask, quartz date, remote, and self-timer, auto-advance/rewind, DX coding.
Olympus Infinity Hi-Lite (date?) 35mm f/4.5 lens, auto-advance self-timer, flash setting, DX coding. A very slow lens for such a camera.
Olympus Infinity Stylus (1991) - the first of the "mju series" - 35mm f/3.5 lens, self-timer, flash setting, DX coding, auto-advance & rewind.
Olympus Infinity Stylus Epic (1996-2002) - 35mm f/2.8 lens, remote and self-timer, DX coding, auto advance and rewind, flash setting. By far, the most compact and most-desired of the mju series.
Today, you can pick up any of these cameras and their relatives for next to nothing. All of them are competent point and shoot cameras, but the fixed focal length and larger 2.8 aperture and Zuiko-labeled lens of the Infinity AF makes it a good buy. The best of the lot is still the Infinity Stylus Epic. If you have the remote control for it (a simple IR remote), this makes it even more versatile. Used, the cameras still command the price of a really good pizza. The excellent optics and compact form make it the clear winner. There are some good reviews of these cameras on the web - and I list two here.
Stylus and Stylus Epic
Olympus Stylus Epic
So, grab one, use DX-coded film cassettes and you are good to go. Carry one with Kodak Tri-X for b&w and one with your choice of color film. Great little cameras for wherever you go.