Advantages Relatively cheap, but offers loads of useful features.
Disadvantages Look around before you chose a developer-prices can vary by as much as 5.00 per film.
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I was given an Advantix 2000 for Christmas just over 2 years ago when it first came out, and it is definitely the best camera I've ever owned. Despite the age of the model, it still has a lot to offer.The camera is quite small (H 2.5",W 4.5 ",D 2") although maybe not as compared to the very new Advantix cameras, which are miniscule.This size is still small enough to fit into your trouser pocket. It is light weight, and very durable-2 years of drunken usage and it is still no worse for wear.
This camera revolutionised photography for me-it is automatic everything, so even i can manage to use it correctly! You open the hatch and insert the film, click the button and it winds through automatically. There is a flash, which will work automatically depending on the conditions, so theres no worrying about whether you need the flash or not-it decides for you.The is the autophoto option as well-point the camera in the right direction,press the little button on top then run and pose!As with all Advantix cameras, you get the option to switch between the 3 formats (Classic 4"x6",HDTV 4"x7" and Panoramic 4"x10") on the same film, allowing you to create a diverse set of photographs. I have recently found that most developers no longer charge extra when a film includes a variety of formats, so i always take photos using the HDTV format.
I think this camera currenly retails at about 39.99, which makes it a very cheap, but quality alternative to the newer and more expensive models now available.
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