I went to Liverpool on the bank holiday weekend and took my Canon Ixus camera with me. I’ve posted photos using that camera before, most recently from when I went to America. It’s an electric, analogue camera. So basically, it has film and a battery- both of which are expensive. It uses APS film which is super easy to use but gives a small field of vision. Meaning that less stuff fits in the photo than your used to, so you can easily crop things out accidentally.
Like most film cameras the Canon Ixus struggles in lower light levels. You can see in the top two images the difference it makes when the sun goes in! The top images is much crisper while the bottom one seems fuzzier. That’s a Superlambanana by the way. They crop up around Liverpool. Half banana, half sheep…or something.