Advantages Small size, Quality
Disadvantages Not quite the smallest
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|Ease of Use|
The iZoom75 may not the smallest camera around, but it's not too far off. My iZoom has been giving good pictures for about a year now, and handled the heat and humidity of the carribean without a hitch. The zoom facility is useful for composition, but dont expect it to get you really close as it is not very powerful. Film handling is very simple as with all APS cameras, drop in loding is certainly a useful improvement over fiddling with 35mm film. The selection of print formats is also a bonus, again this is found on all APS cameras but is useful for varying the way you take pictures. One note of caution, think before you take everything in panoramic, yes it looks great, but many developers will charge you extra for all that paper.
My reccomendation would be to go for the leather case designed for the iZoom75, this fits like a glove and offers good protection for your £150 camera.
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