Soon it may be cheaper to buy a camera than it is to buy a roll of film. As consumers increasingly turn to one-time-use cameras as an everyday solution for picture taking, they are becoming more and more price-sensitive, according to industry insiders. The devices still command rings of $10 or more as impulse purchases, although the latest data reveal that average prices are declining. With prices driven down to the $5 to $6 range for 27-exposure cameras and cropped even further by ...

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