The Olympus XA series of cameras were a range of very compact cameras in a clam-shell case. They were designed for Olympus by Maitani Yoshihisa. The series was largely replaced by the Stylus/mju series in 1991.
The XA2, introduced in 1980, was a simplified version of the XA with zone focusing and a programmed exposure system.
If you want to know more, Camerapedia has written a small review.
The camera, A16 Flash, box, and papers.
Cosmetic: Ok condition, with normal signs of use and few scratches on the front
Optical: Viewfinder clean. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches.
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly.
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