I picked up this Olympus Infinity Stylus recently for a buck at a thrift store. It was the first time in a long while that I have come across such a bargain. There are a few scuffs on the case, but the battery was good and the camera looked and sounded like it was going to make pictures.
Just two more things needed -- some film and a subject. As luck would have it, a friend showed up at my house with a box of expired film including two rolls of Kodak BW400CN, a chromogenic black and white film that can be processed in C-41 chemistry. I used to shoot a lot of the stuff before Kodak discontinued making it a couple years ago.
Teddy, the neighbor's cat, volunteered modeling services. She spends much of her day lounging on our deck, so the gig was not a big imposition.