The ultra compact Canon Sure 115u II Date (called the Prima Zoom 115u II Date in some countries) is a very capable 35mm point-and-shoot from circa 2005. Along with the 90u II and 130u II, this superb little camera was part of the final series of Canon 35mm film cameras, the culmination of 72 years worth of engineering.
Here's how it's described in the Canon Museum:
The Sure Shot 115u II/Prima Zoom 115u II was developed as a core model in Canon’s Autoboy series of compact 35mm film cameras. The camera is equipped with a 38-115mm 3x zoom lens and realizes a body size among the smallest in its class. The camera maintains the distinctive character and stylish design of the highly acclaimed Sure Shot 115u/Prima Super 115u and Sure Shot 105u/Prima Super 105u, released in 2003.
The Sure Shot 115u II/Prima Zoom 115u II features a passive 3-point AiAF (Artificial intelligence Automatic Focusing) system incorporating an integrated AF/AE (Auto-Focus/Auto-Exposure) CMOS sensor unit to make possible precise exposure control and accurate auto-focusing performance. The Sure Shot 115u II offers the same features popularized by its predecessors, including a selection of six Best Shot Modes optimized for a wide variety of shooting situations, five Custom Functions to match individual user preference, built-in dioptric adjustment, an exposure compensation function, and a user-friendly control button layout.
The Sure Shot 115u II requires a CR2 lithium battery for power (available as an option).