While at my brother's wedding reception, several cameras were laid out at each table for guests to take pictures of the wedding party and other guests. A great idea, if you ask me. So I scooped up one of the cameras and began taking snapshots of everything I could think of, from the food to guests mingling and dancing, to the bouquet being tossed by the bride. The camera was just a disposable camera, but so easy to use. You just push up or down on the flash tab to turn it on or off. There is also a display light to let you know the flash is ready so you do not take a picture without good light. Once the flash is ready, you just look into the small viewing window to line up your picture and push the button on top of the camera for the picture to flash. There is an advance wheel, you just advance to the next negative ready. The camera also has an "exposures left" display, to let you know how many pictures you have left to take.
After the camera was empty, I dropped it in the box provided by the bride and groom to await the snapshots to be developed. When I saw the picture quality, I was amazed! How can a cheap camera make pictures that have any good quality at all? Fuji delivers, which was great for the wedding reception. If I have an event that I want to see through other people's eyes, I will buy some disposable Fuji cameras for guests to use.