Let's discuss disposable cameras. Some disposables have flashes and some are waterproof and then there are the cheapest 'daylight' ones. They probably use a hyperfocal, smallish aperture lens...that's why they say to stand back 'at least 5 feet' or whatever. But what about further exposure controls? Are they simply fixed 'sunny 11' or something and let the developing minilab 'fix' everything in the printing? CVS has a deal with a 'free film for life' if you get photos developed there. You buy the cheap camera for like $10 and I guess they return it to you full after they get it developed. What's your favorite disposable camera?