When tested with a roll of film, we found that the Meikai DI-4396(P) produced fairly good quality photos, better than we expected and superior to those produced (on average) by disposables and some other low-cost 35mm and digital units. The major drawbacks of this camera are that it lacks a lens cover or shutter lock and the film advance winding mechanism is sometimes reluctant to advance to the next frame, at least on the unit we tested. The Meikai does feature mounts for attaching a wrist strap, a standard tripod, or a compatible external flash. Some large handle-mount flashes will even fit this camera (such as the unit included with the Akira 7000DVT camera). Overall, it is a good camera for the price, if you are careful not to scratch the lens or fire the shutter button by accident when it is not in use, and if you can get used to the rather hesitant film advance wheel.
PROS: No batteries needed, inexpensive, lightweight, relatively compact, accessories can be added, fairly good photo quality, not complicated to use.
CONS: No lens cover, poor film advance mechanism (may be specific to a particular unit), no self-timer, plastic exterior.