Olympus XA (1979)
This is a truly pocketable little camera that defies the category of point-and-shoot a little bit because it’s more of a manual focus rangefinder, complete with a tiny split focusing screen. Forgive me, but its omission would be a crime. The minimalist design of the XA harks back to an era when engineers were allowed to experiment, resulting in one of the most gloriously elegant cameras in history.
I bought one around a decade ago and it’s still running well, although I haven’t used it too much in all honesty. It’s equipped with a sharp F. Zuiko 35mm f/2.8 and impressively allows users to manually select the aperture from f/2.8 to f/22.