For the third week of my disposable camera project, I had the pleasure of shooting the third and final black and white option out there, Lomography's Simple Use disposable camera. This description, however, is quite misleading. Unlike the other cameras I've shot recently, Lomo's offering is truly reusable. On the side of the camera, there's a small catch that allows the back to swing open like any typical SLR. Once you've finished shooting the roll of film that comes with the camera, you can just re-load it with whatever 400 ISO film your heart desires. No prying the camera apart with screwdrivers or shocking yourself by touching the flash unit's exposed wires. While I enjoyed shooting both Ilford cameras, I highly doubt I'll be able to put them back together. Meanwhile, I've already reloaded the Lomo with a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 for a future outing. The black and white version of the Simple Use comes loaded with a 36 (instead of 24) exposure roll of Lomography Lady Grey 400. I've seen posts online claiming this emulsion to be repackaged Kodak T-Max. This may have been the case at some point, but the images I got back don't look anything like what I get when I develop T-Max in Kodak HC-110 developer. Overall, my scans came out very grainy and pretty flat looking. A few corrections in the scanning software got them to where I wanted, and I'm generally happy with how they turned out. Please enjoy the gallery I've included below with every single frame. After three weeks, however, I'm very eager to switch over to the color options, starting with Lomography's color negative version of the Simple Use.