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Fujifilm 7025227 Quick Snap Waterproof 35mm Single Use Camera (Blue/Green/White) (OLD MODEL)

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  • 35mm format
  • 800 speed color film
  • 27 exposures
  • Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
  • Includes hand strap
  • 35mm format
  • 800 speed color film
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Product Details

Size: 1 Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 2.2 x 5 inches ; 5.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004TWM6
  • Item model number: 7025227
  • Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (563 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 4, 2000

Product Description

Size: 1 Pack

Product Description

This all-weather camera is ready for anything. It's ideal for shooting outdoors in wet and snowy conditions, and even operates up to 35 feet underwater! It comes pre-loaded with Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 800 35mm film, and has a larger-sized shutter release for easy operation. This all-weather camera is ready for anything. It's ideal for shooting outdoors in wet and snowy conditions, and even operates up to 35 feet underwater!

From the Manufacturer

This all-weather camera is ready for anything. It's ideal for shooting outdoors in wet and snowy conditions, and even operates up to 35 feet underwater!

It comes pre-loaded with Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 800 35mm film, and has a larger-sized shutter release for easy operation.

Customer Reviews

Great pictures and good quality.
LeahBTX
I took the camera yesterday to be developed and not one picture turned out.
vescova
Scenic pictures above the water came out very clear too.
I'm broidering

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

468 of 474 people found the following review helpful By Zannie on September 10, 2001
Size Name: 1 Pack
On a recent trip to Tahiti I believe I have tried about every kind of one-time use underwater camera on the market (i.e., Kodak Max Sport; Kodak Max Wet, and Konica Waterproof Camera and the Fuji). All of the cameras worked fine snorkeling, although I found the Konica and the Kodak Max Wet to be more difficult to use. [The Konica was a little difficult to see through the view finder with a mask on, and the Kodak Max Wet, most annoyingly had the strap and the photo button on opposite sides of the camera! A real disadvantage to a right handed person. As a result you essentially had to use two hands to take a photo, one to hold the camera and the other to depress the button. Any of these cameras will work fine for snorkeling, however the best were the Fuji and Kodak Sport. Keep in mind that all underwater photos will look a bit blue, however, snorkeling in the lagoon in Tahiti the blue was not really noticeable.
Here's the part I really like, now I admit, contrary to manufacturer recommendations, I did take both the Fuji camera and the Kodak Max Wet camera with me Scuba Diving. According to manufacturer directions the Fuji camera's recommended depth is 17 feet [which is the deepest of any one-time use camera on the market]. On my dives we never went deeper than about 22 feet. The problem with diving with these cameras is the pressure - you can take a photo just fine, but due to the pressure you will be unable to wind the film. However, I used the Fuji camera without any problems -- I was always able to wind the film and the photos came out wonderfully -- although they were blue.
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123 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Susannah on April 18, 2002
Size Name: 1 Pack
This is a great little camera for taking pictures both in and out of the water. Not surprisingly, it delivers best underwater on a sunny day, but even on overcast days, it produces crisp pictures with great detail.
On land, it is much less particular about lighting, and produces pictures with beautiful colour in light or shadow, or both.
Since it takes such nice pictures out of the water, a first time user might want to practice with it on land. The lever action feels a lot different from the push-button action of regular throw-away cameras, and since you don't hear the click of the shutter underwater, you might be uncertain whether anything happened. A couple of test shots (without the urgency of a sea turtle swimming by or a beautiful school of fish) should increase the photographer's confidence in the camera when underwater.
The big wheel that advances the film works very well; it's easy to find by touch, so getting another snap of something before it swims away isn't difficult.
There's also a little strap to keep it on your wrist, although it's a good idea to keep a firm hold on the camera anyway while swimming.
The simple operation made it a hit with the kids; they were able to make their own special souvenirs of the underwater world.
Excellent value.
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By yonatan ben-simhon on July 27, 2005
Size Name: 1 Pack
Like others I have compared it in a SCUBA diving trip to the Kodak Max Sport and this one had a few advantages:

1. Film winded at greater depth.

2. The pictures came out clearer - not grainy and with better colors.

Don't expect too much of it at depths below 8 meters since light won't be enough (I used it on a bright summer day in the red sea). Even at shallower depths colors turn blue/green without use of flash.

I have taken it down to depth of 35 meters and the camera was fine, but wouldn't take pictures at depths below 20 meters.

The pictures I took at shallow depth came out excellent.
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69 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Matt Steiner on June 5, 2005
Size Name: 1 Pack
I purchased 3 of these little wonders for use on a Western Caribbean cruise in which I intended to climb Dunn's River Falls in Jamaica, and snorkel in George Town, Grand Cayman among other water sports.

I am very particular about my photographs and for dry events use a very expensive 6mp digital SLR which I am unwilling to trust to any underwater housing.

My reservations on using an inexpensive point and shoot were not warranted in this case.

This camera produced fabulous shots both above and below the surface. It's lever is just the right size for using in the underwater environment, it wound remarkably easy with wet water logged fingers, and it's large gripping rubber band safety string kept it at fingers reach and safe for the duration of my excursions.

It's completely flat on the side you put your face too which is rare, and yet essential for taking shots underwater with a mask on.

Also, it's big enough to be useful yet still small enough to fit easily in the pockets of your swimtrunks.

With this camera I did not waste a single shot.

I saw many people struggling with their waterproof cameras, and talked to others who had them developed on board with very sad results.

This is a wonderful product and I recommened it without any reservations, or qualifications.
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56 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Linda B. Bellamore on March 9, 2006
Size Name: 1 Pack
The quick snap camera was very good. My husband and I took it snorkeling and cave tubing. It was great for snorkeling because we went on a sunny day, but if the clouds passed over or we were in a shady spot under the water, it wasn't so great. About half of our pictures came out really nice. It was not so good on the cave tubing trip because we were in a cave and needed a flash. If you use it on a sunny day, you will love it. Otherwise, try to get one with a flash.
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