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The invention of the single use camera can only be described as a revolution!
They must be one of the most practical inventions ever.
They are so easy to use i'm positive they must have taught a chimp to operate them somewhere. It's jus wind and click wind and click. Dead Easy. No fancy dials or knobs that you don't use anyway just plain and simple functional feautures.
Who on earth wants to carry about an expensive camera in a situation that could cause damage theft or being lost? No one i've ever met.
This is were the disposable camera comes in. It can be used to capture good times in most situations such as holiday special occasions and big nights out! Imagine carrying about with you an expensive camera on a big girls night out! You wouldn't be able to relax due to the worry of damage coming to your camera.
As well as being light small easy to use having a great flash, good picture quality(apart from extremely dark conditions) they are surprisingly durable.
On a recent night out my friends camera got dropped several times, trodden on, and even got subjected to a soaking of lager!
I saw this friend the next day. She'd just walked out of the 20 minute photo shop and so i proceeded to look at the photos. I was amazed that only one of the 24 on the film was bad.
Any my point is a lot of people have said that they're not worth the money due to the poor picture quality. I couldn't disagree more.
With this individual camera I can see no possible reason why it's not worth the money.
nb i have seen some of the cheaper versions of the disposable cameras and they do have inferior flash and picture quality and in some cases inferior build quality to the Kodak model.
These disposable cameras do offer good value for money - thanks for the op. - Phil
mr-zeeman 11.11.2003 12:09
Oh? and how do you know what "big girls" do on a night out?
morgjgriff 10.11.2003 21:07
The price of disposable cameras really seems to of risen just recently, some I've noticed costing as much as £8. For just under £7, you can buy a basic 35mm cam from Argos which come with a film and batteries! Excellent op though! Ciao for now - J