Advantages small, easy to use, good picture quality
Disadvantages Breaks easily, bit fiddily, more expensive film and battery.
|Range & Quality of Features|
|Ease of Use|
It uses Kodak Advantix film which is different to normal film because you just but it in and you don't need to wind up or pull out anything. This film cost's around £6.99 for 30 exp. This is more expensive than normal film but the difference in picture quality is minimal.Battery
It uses a CR2 battery (yes I have never heard of them as well) which is longer lasting than usual batteries. It is fatter than a usual battery and is about 1 inch or 25cm long. The diameter is about 14mm. This battery cost around £2.65 for a Panasonic or £4.29 for energiser. A Panasonic AA battery cost's around 75p which is considerably less than the CR2.The picture quality is good but not great but compared to other camera's it is nearer to the top than bottom. The camera is easy to use and understand. It has 3 buttons and 2 sliding buttons. It has a button to:
-Take a Picture
-Set the timer
-Rewind the film
-To turn it ON/OFF
-To change the mode from indoor to outdoor or cloudy
Also the camera is very weak and breaks easily. the outer layer on the front chips and breaks easily.The camera also has a timer which is only set to 10secs nothing else. When the timer is on a red light is shown on the front of the camera. If you look at the picture the light is below the screen and to the left of the flash. it is in that big patch of black.
Overall I think this is a great buy and a very simple camera to use.I recommend it for someone who just needs a camera to take pictures and nothing too fancy. It is great for grandmas! I gave it to mine and she is thrilled because it is so easy to use.
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