The first week of shooting only disposable cameras couldn't have gotten off to a better start with the first B+W offering from Ilford. Packing a 27-exposure roll of the venerated Ilford HP5+ 400 film, this unassuming package was an absolute joy to use. The quiet shutter, toy-like appearance, and oh-so-familiar ratcheting sound of the film advance wheel made it a fantastically inconspicuous (or at least non-aggressive) camera to shoot on the street. The lens is fairly wide at 30mm, and features a bit of distortion around the edges, which I didn't mind at all. Light leaks are sometimes a problem, and I found myself accidentally covering the lens with my finger on more than one occasion. The film was a pain to get out of the camera, and I did have some frame spacing issues that led to overlaps. But one look at the images washes away these concerns. If this is what HP5+ looks like in a disposable I'm ordering a 100ft bulk roll in the near future. Please enjoy the gallery I've included below with every single frame, and join me again next week where I'll share my thought's on the Ilford XP2 (C41 B+W) version.