A few weeks ago I noticed my local lab was stocking the recently released Ilford disposable camera which comes preloaded with either Ilford HP5+ (one of my favourite B&W films) or XP2 film, so thought I would give it a test run.
The good thing with using the XP2 version is that being C41 processing you can bring it into any lab/store that develops colour 35mm film. This not only opens up options for locations to get the film developed, but can also be cheaper to do so.
With its plastic lens, the camera does cause blur and warping around the edges of the photos, but this camera isn't designed for quality. It's fun to use, light weight, and perfect for quick snaps.
Anything that keeps film sales going is fine in my book.
All Images © Daniel Klaas 2013