The Pentax Espio/IQZoom 150SL. Thanks to @urbanadventureleaguepdx for this camera. By the time this camera was introduced in 2001 & had already made the switch from film to digital and was using a Sony Cybershot F505V. This camera pretty much represents the end of the line for point and shoot film cameras, it was a near top of the line end model, small, lightweight with a metal body selling for somewhere between $350 & $400 in 2001 ($500 to $600 in 2021 dollars). It has some nice features but a fast lens isn’t one of them F5.6-12 (38mm-150mm) Neither does it have a great range of shutter speeds (2s to 1/350th) but with such slow glass it probably doesn’t need anything faster. It’s not the kind of camera I would normally seek out, I much prefer the early AF Point & Shoots with faster lenses, where the flash isn’t on by default and you can manually set the ISO speed. It does represent a spot at the end of the point & shoot film camera evolutionary timeline though.