Minolta's HI-Matic AF-2 (1981), dating from the early days of P&S cameras, offers only some automation: autofocus and auto exposure-- the other operations (film advance, film rewind, ISO setting) are all manual. Like several other early P&S, it is powered by 2 AA batteries. It seems like Minolta thought that they could use the well-respected Hi-Matic brand name and apply it to the partially automated AF-2 to produce an easily used family camera that would give better results than an Instamatic. Though it probably wasn't intended primarily for b&w photography, I particularly like the way it does b&w and I keep it in my much reduced stable of user cameras. I found my AF-2 at Goodwill a couple years back in very good condition, only needing a little redo of the light-proofing. P&S convenience has become more important to me recently so I'm trying out the ones I have; the AF-2 is holding up in the competition. Here are a couple snapshots to show what it produces. The second one was made on Arista Premium 400, the first on T-Max 400 (I think); both were developed in D-76 and scanned at home.
Sakatah Lake Picnic Grounds in Spring. Le Sueur County, Minnesota
Asphalt Application on Randolph Avenue, St. Paul, MN