Lomography simple use black and white camera review

Rating: ☆☆☆ | << Disposable camera reviews and comparison

This camera is truly unique due to the fact that it has the classic true B&W HP5 Plus 400 iso film in it.  While the Ilford HP5 Single Use has more noticeable grain than Ilford XP2 Single Use the tones, contrast, grain, and exposure latitude are far superior – just look at the details in the shadows! (photos below).  This b&w disposable camera is a great overall shoot that performs well in open daylight, low light without flash, and in low light with flash.  Of all 3 B&W disposables, this the one recommend most.  Even though you could reload HP5 film in a Lomo Simple Use, the Ilford plastic optics are still sharper.

Disposable Cameras B&W Photo Comparison – Side by Side

F. Ilford XP2 Single Use 27 exposure C-41 XP2 black & White 400 iso film with flash
G. Ilford HP5 Single Use27 exposure  b&w HP5 400 iso film with flash
H. Lomo B&W 400 Simple Use36 explore with Lady Grey 400 iso film with flash

Photos taked with the Ilford Single Use

27 exposure  b&w HP5 400 iso film with flash


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