Once again Fuji has come out with another submini camera -- and it's a disposable! It's called the Fuji GOLF and is designed to analyze your golf game. The camera has eight -- that's right, 8 -- lenses, and a sequential shutter of some sort. It takes eight, rapid-fire pictures on one section of 35mm film. That's the "golf" part -- you can analyze your golf swing. Each image is about 9x12mm -- just a tiny bit bigger than the Minox format. The camera (GOLF) comes with 15 "exposures" -- that makes 15x8 exposures -- on 800 speed film for about $25 bucks. Since it is a disposable, the film cannot be changed, and it costs you $25 each time -- plus processing. I suppose, like other disposables, that the film can be changed with some effort, and the camera re-used. But you'll still be stuck with having to use 800 speed film -- or there abouts.
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