The leica Z2X is a wonderful camera that today can be had for very little. I have had mine since they were newly introduced and it has functioned flawlessly ever since. An excellent lens and useful basic programs make it a great P&S to keep in the car or in the pocket ready to use anytime. The photo of mine was taken years ago with my old Toshiba P&S so the quality isn't great.
B for Brownie Vecta The Kodak Brownie Vecta was a moulded plastic 127 film camera designed by Kenneth Grange and was made in the UK by Kodak Ltd. C1963 - 1966 The f/14 plastic lens has a fixed aperture, and only a single shutter speed. Images are portrait format, 1⅝ × 2½ inches on 127 film.
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The Clarus is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful cameras. However, the internals were very poorly made, looking as if they had been machined with a chainsaw. They were prone to early failure and few are reliably functioning today. This one has the uncommon 101mm lens which is pristine. A wide angle lens was available which is even more uncommon. Due to the unique screw mount of the Clarus, these lenses cannot be used on any other body.
H for Hunter 35. Imported into the UK by RF Hunter from 1957, this camera, designed by Josef Danzer was made by Steiner, better known for their lenses. Available outside UK as the 'Steinette'. Hunter were the importer of Rollei products, being taken over by Rollei eventually.