Disadvantages Expensive, bad quality photos
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Although I own a digital camera I thought, as I was going on a skiing holiday I would take a disposable one as it is less likely to get broken with my falling over - and the quality I'd had from them before had been OK. However, I bought 2 of the Fuji cameras as they were on offer in ASDA, but boy were they bad quality. While it may have a flash etc, any movement was blurred (there goes my action shots of skiing), and much of the film was over exposed - maybe because of the sun reflecting off the snow.
However, like most disposable cameras it was easy to use - although the flash seemed to charge constantly, and I inadvertantly took some photos when i was getting the camera out of my pocket - as the shutter button is large and sticks out.
The cost of buying the camera and getting it developed is expensive - probably around £12 for the 24 shots you get - which is 50p each! Digital cameras are becoming more robust, and I would seriously advise you to get one rather than a disposable - as they offer the same advantages (convenvice - i.e. you print off only the good shots) - and in the long term are cheaper.
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