This thing is small! Not Minox 35 small, but compared to a Canon Canonet (closer form factor) it is noticeably smaller. But not at the expense of features or quality. It is solid and has a nice feel. Only part the feels a bit lacking is the film advance. Not the gears, but the lever, which just feel less well crafted than the rest of it. Also, the way it mates with the body leaves a gap so the gears are open to dirt and whatever else lives in my bag.
Built from 1970 to 1979, you can't get more '70s than that. Options are Auto Aperture or full manual. Sutter speed is up to 1/500th. Lens is a fixed f2.8 42mm Olympus E.Zuiko. And it has an off! No more bag shots! PX625 (get an adapter) battery.
I love the size and enjoyed shooting it. It was easy to tuck in and carry. I did have a problem with the film slipping about 2/3 or the way through the roll. Got a nice triple exposure out of it. But I think that was a user error in loading the film. I loaded a junk roll and advanced it with the door open and could not replicate the problem. I would use this camera again. It does not feel as sturdy as the Canonet QL17 but the size make it a compelling alternative.
Film: KodaColor 200