Without mirrors or any of the other complex mechanisms found in more sophisticated cameras, point-and-shoots are generally very compact and lightweight.

 As the name suggests, point and shoot cameras don’t allow you to do anything other than point and shoot. The camera controls focus and exposure settings automatically.

Point-and-shoot film cameras are extremely straightforward and easy to use. Beyond adjusting the camera for the speed of film you’ve selected, there’s little for you to do as the photographer. That’s why point-and-shoots are considered beginner film cameras. 

Some point-and-shoot cameras are motorized and automatically advance your film to the next frame after you click the shutter. Others require you to advance the film by hand with a small lever near the shutter button.

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