An older technology, single-use film cameras, is still relevant in the face of digital photography, according to industry sources. “One-time-use cameras have carved out a niche as a complement to digital cameras. They are youth and event cameras,” said Gary Pageau, group executive for content development and strategic initiatives for PMA — The Worldwide Community of Imaging Associations, Jackson, Mich. He also noted that customers can easily have the film digitized and developed on CD. ...

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