For the second week of my disposable camera project, I took a crack at Ilford's other B+W offering. Loaded with a roll of the unique Ilford XP2 Super, a C41 black and white 400 ISO film, I was flying blind. Having never used this film stock, I was very nervous about how the images would turn out. Would I get the rich tonality that Ilford HP5+ provided? Would the negatives have a color tint to them that would have to be corrected in post-processing? Would the increased temperature sensitivity in developing be an issue? These were all questions that I had before, during, and after shooting. However, as I'm sure you'll notice, my fears were quickly resolved. Ilford XP2 Super is a punchy, high-contrast alternative to traditional black and white films, and I would not hesitate to recommend it to others, especially if your local minilab or pharmacy is only able to process color film (C41). 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 black and white version of Lomography's Simple Use reloadable disposable-type camera.