I have some Disc Film in the fridge that I would like to use, that I got from a film lot.
It seems unlikely that anything amazing will come out of it, but experimenting is part of my process and some recent results look really cool.
I found a lab that processes it, but I don't own a Disc camera. They seem to cost a dime a dozen on second-hand marketplaces, however, I recall from using one in the past that the batteries are usually not removable by the user, to save space and make a thin camera (they are welded inside the body) - and therefore, batteries from this period might have ran out of juice or become damaged if I just bought any such model.
Given that over 30 different manufacturers made cameras that use disc film, I wonder if some of them were smart enough to design them to use regular, removable batteries.
These types of cameras are very under-documented across the internet.