Ilford "IlfoColor" - Disposable Camera

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Paula K. (Wallasey, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Creative/Abstract
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It's alright, I guess

For disposable camera, knowing its all fixated and locked down limitations, it's alright. It cannot obviously replace the reusable ones, but it's worth a try for something goofy.

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P.K. (Wallasey, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
...Interesting

It was my first time using disposable camera and results are quite interesting. I knew what to expect regarding the results, but the photos still turned out to be quite dark, despite me using the flash everywhere. The only reason I maybe buying it again, is just to try out Ilfocolor roll in normal camera.

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David L. (Leeds, GB)
Perfect for festivals

This has been the easiest disposable I've used so far and I am a big fan of the design and the switch for the flash, rather than a button like on other disposable cameras.

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Alan M. (Newport, GB)
Took film out of disposable and used in Canon AE1-Program

I cheated slightly ..... in that.... instead of using the disposable camera I removed the film after running it through a closed lens exposure cycle and loaded it into a Canon AE1-Program with 28mm and 50mm lens. This allows a guaranteed correct exposure on each shot rather than being limited to the f10/f11 lens and the 1/125th -ish shutter speed. like the more saturated blues and reds.

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