Disposable Camera Sales Making A Comeback

Everyone pretty much carries a camera with them at all times these days, but maybe there’s something to say for not seeing every picture immediately after you take it. Camera company Fujifilm is predicting it will sell 7.5 million disposable cameras in this financial year, compared to 6.5 million last year and 3.9 million the year before that. David Honey, with Fujifilm, believes 20-somethings are buying most of the disposable cameras with the desire to preserve their memories in a more authentic, unfiltered, and unedited manner. He adds the comeback of disposable cameras is likely also fueled by nostalgia, which has also brought back vinyl records and Nokia 3310 phones. (Daily Mail)¬†