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There's a few ways to go with this. First, you need a point of comparison, or a baseline to say what is "working" or "good enough" or "problem free". This might be something like: As good as other Olympus TG-2 cameras, i.e. is it function at it's own spec? As good as another specific camera, i.e. is it functioning as well as its peers? Reliably achieves ...
So, besides using film with different ISO, how could you change exposure in these cameras? Were you limited to just one? If your camera didn't have any electronics or user controls, it's likely that it really was limited to a single aperture and shutter speed setting. That shouldn't be surprising -- the same is true of single-use disposable film ...
If your camera required just the pressure of a button to take a photo it almost certainly was capable of metering, setting aperture and shutter speed all by itself, just like digital cameras; you just didn't have access to those settings, because of the simple design, intended to lower costs while making it user friendly. All of this also implies it had some ...
The sony RX1 has a full frame sensor and is about the size of the FUJI X100S. It sits on the compact camera category, but, just like other large sensor compact cameras, it is significantly larger than most compact cameras.
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