Sunday, June 12, 2005

Digital Cameras Go Disposable (Almost)


CVS and Ritz Camera sell two disposable camera models made by Pure Digital Technologies.CVS and Ritz Camera sell two disposable camera models made by Pure Digital Technologies. Photo Credit: Courtesy of CVS Photo

"Digital cameras have now arrived in every segment of the film-camera market. In addition to pricey single-lens-reflex units, ultra-small fashion-oriented models and plain old everyday compact cameras, you can now buy single-use digital cameras that cost hardly more than their film counterparts.

CVS drugstores sell two models in this category, a $10 basic version and one that costs $20 and has a small color display. Both store 25 photos. Ritz Camera has similar products, charging $18.99 for the model with the color display and $10.99 for the one without." (more)



By Daniel Greenberg
Special to The Washington Post

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