Cheap Alternatives to Disposable Cameras

Ilford Sprite 35-II Vs. Lomo Simple Use

The Ilford Sprite 35-II and Lomo Simple Use are similar in function and image quality to single-use disposable cameras but they have a few key differences, which make them both very good options depending on your needs! The environmental benefits alone of reusable cameras makes this an attractive option for many people. They also save you money over time due to the fact that you can use these as well as load 36 exp rolls or different types of film if desired; all at a lower cost than purchasing new ones everytime some runs out (depending on how often one uses their camera). Both models produce high-quality images, however it does seem like the design is better with the Sprite 350 II model because loading film easier and more intuitive.


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When you are looking to capture moments, you don’t want to get wrapped up in the technical side of things. Disposable cameras take care of that for you with their fixed aperture, shutter speed, and focus.

For many years now, the term “disposable camera” often brings to mind a cheapo version of an old-school point and shoot. Picture one hanging on the front counter at your local pharmacy-a quick grab in case you need it for some last resort photography that is bound to produce mediocre results. But this isn’t always the way these cameras are used! There’s actually quite a lot of quality disposable film options out there if shot with care – so we rounded up and compared the top options. View the post

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