You do not really need to know how disposable digital cameras work to know that they work for you. Here is as much information that you will need to know about how disposable digital cameras work:
· You go to the store and buy a disposable digital camera. Generally, you will have a choice between $10 or so cameras without LCD screens, and $20 or so ones that do have LCD screens.
· You take the camera out of the packaging.
· Take a photo.
· Do not worry about winding the camera after every photo… this is only something that you have to do with film disposable cameras.
· If you take a photo that you do not want, delete it. Of course, you can generally only delte the last photo that you took.
· When you are finished with the camera, take it back to where you bought it for processing.
· Some disposable cameras include the processing in the overall costs; with others, you need to pay extra.
· The processing center will give you your prints and a cd that you can download onto your online album, etc.
· The store will keep the camera. In fact, most of the camera will either be recycled or reused.
For all intensive purposes, this is how disposable digital cameras work. To use a disposable digital camera, you do not need to learn how to upload them to your computer or how to delete them from your camera or other such things. You need only to take your photos and then take your camera in (almost as though you simply rented it for a while). That is it. That is how disposable digital cameras work.