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Pros: * Cheap enough to purchase and not worry much. * Easy to use. If you have seen a film-camera, you can use this without thinking twice. * Lightweight, isn't a drag in water. * Does not sink. If you can't hold it for any reason, it conveniently floats on the water.
Cons: * Camera's viewfinder isn't usable in water. There is no way you can see anything across such a small viewfinder in the sea, and through underwater goggles. Hence you shoot pictures more or less randomly. The objects you aim at may not be on the center of the shot, or may not be in the shot at all, if your aim is too lousy. * There is a sealing ring closing off the body of the case holding the camera. But the joint which enables pressing the shutter button, or the turning the cogwheel to set the new shot isn't sealed. So water enters into the case, and to the film compartment eventually. This can at best obstruct the lens through condensation of mist on the most inopportune spots, or at worst, destroy the film.
Other: If you want a cheap and disposable underwater camera, this is an option. But beware, it is not waterproof up to 13 feet as the description claims. Not even 3 feet. Water creeps in. So if you must use this one, use it quickly. Use all your shots at one session, and take the camera out of the casing immediately after the shoot.