The Chinon Bellami is a classic ultra-compact 35mm camera from the 1980s designed to compete with similarly tiny Minox 35 and Rollei 35 cameras. Like those other cameras, the Bellami uses scale focus (you estimate the distance of your subject and turn your lens to the number or simply use the detented 3 meter/10 foot distance (where most snapshots will be in focus in good outdoor light).
This was one of our favorite cameras we've ever tested. It features 'barn doors' that close to protect the lens when the camera is not in use. The Bellami is not for everyone (scale focusing takes a bit of getting used to), but if you want a camera that's as small as a deck of cards yet still offers superb image quality, it's well worth considering.
The Chinon Bellami requires two 357 silver oxide batteries (available as an option) or LR44 alkaline batteries; the included flash requires a single AA battery (not included).
Condition notes We film tested this camera and it delivered sharp, correctly exposed images. The camera is in very good cosmetic condition (see photos). The included flash is also in good condition but has some minor cosmetic wear (see photos)