Hello all, I'm currently using a a point and shoot camera to document the build of my Dog kennel (to home 7 dogs) There was a film already in it which could be from the 90's but I thought I would shoot it anyway along side a digital point and press just in case.The camera is a Praktica Regal which is much like many point and press cameras from the late 80's /90's. It has a light to say it is too dark (should I use flash in daylight if this comes on) so there is some level of metering but wondered is the focusing likely just to be fixed. I also wondered is there likely to be a brain in the camera to measure this and what is it likely to change in order to expose correctly ,aperture or time or both ? The digital hated the images as there was a line of light/ dark due to shadow through most of the day which just bleached the bright parts out so it will be interesting to see how the lowfi film camera copes! I have a couple more of these to try so it will be interesting to see how they work. The camera also has a motor drive to advance the film. I guess I'm just asking about the level of sophistication in these cheapish camera at the time ? Ps if nothing else I have enjoyed using it as I reminded me of cameras I used in the past as a teen.