The Olympus Infinity Stylus line was introduced in the early 1990s as the follow up to the Olympus XA design. Like the XA series it has a sliding lens cover that turn on the camera and activates the lens. Infinity Stylus was the U.S. market designation, in Japan and other markets they were the Olympus Mju. The Zoom 35-70 was introduce in 1993, assembled in China with parts from Japan.
As the name implies this is a zoom point and shoot 35 mm camera. Slide open the lens cover and the camera turns on, the flash pops up and the lens extends. Ready to shoot. You can turn off the flash if you want. You can zoom the lens with the button on the top marked W(wide) and T(telephoto). It also gives you a date option and even claims to be weatherproof. And autofocus, what more do you want?
This is a mass market '90s point and shoot that I paid $5 for at a thrift shop. So my risk and expectations were low. Mine has been well used and shows the years. Scuffs and scraped, the battery door was taped close. New 123A battery, roll and film and I was set.
This is not a camera I would search e-bay for but it gave reasonable images, was simple to use and pocket size. If you find one or have one that you haven't used in years, throw it in you pocket and give it a try. It may not be the best point and shoot or pocket camera but I may start you on a path to find your perfect pocket camera. Just don't blame me when you have a box of them trying to decide which one you like best.
Lens: Olympus Lens Zoom 35-70mm
Film: FujiColor 100