For the fifth week of my disposable camera project, I took the Fujifilm QuickSnap disposable out for a stroll around Chapel Hill. Loaded with a 24-exposure roll of my beloved Fujifilm Superia 400 color negative film, I felt just at home. Superia is a surprisingly sharp, saturated film stock with a slightly cool color temperature. It's what I imagine color film looking like when I close my eyes, and it gives off a classic rendering that I'm aiming for every time I load a roll of it in my cameras. It's no surprise why it's earned a spot in my film carrying case. Add to that the fact that, on the hardware side, the raised "hump" where the lens resides prevents my finger from creeping into the frame, which is always a plus. I hope the other disposable camera manufacturers learn from this. It's a small design feature that has great benefits. Please enjoy the gallery I've included below with every single frame, and join me again next week where I'll share my thoughts on the last, and most nostalgic camera of this lot, the Kodak FunSaver.