I needed a camera for my daughter's birthday party and discovered my battery was down on my camera and could not find a replacement battery at the store as they were out of stock. I then decided to try one of the disposable cameras. I was amazed at the selection that was available and after reading the box for several disposable cameras I decided to purchase one by FujiFilm called the QuickSnap.
The first thing that made me purchase it was that it had a flash installed on it. I also liked the fact that you decide when you need it and you weren't being forced to use it for every picture that you take as I saw some of the disposable cameras had no turn off option for the flash. When you need to use a flash there is a button on the front that you push as you are taking the picture. If you do decide that you want to use the flash for every picture you can raise the button for the flash for continuous use.
The next thing that I liked was how small it was. It is easy to hold and aim without being uncomfortable. It comes with 27 pictures that you can take.
It is easy as can be to take a picture. First you have to turn the film advance wheel to advance to the next unused picture and then if you are wanting to use the flash hold down the button and wait for the red light to appear. Continue holding the flash button as you hold down the button to snap the picture. Then after you take all of the pictures then you can take it to any place that develops film and get them developed. I kind of doubted the quality of picture that I would get but was quite pleased when I saw how good they come out. A side note for the recycle buffs, Fuji recycles the cameras when they are returned to them from the developers.