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In a Digital Age, Novelty Reigns,
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This review is from: Kodak Fun Saver with flash and ISO 800 27 Exposures (Electronics)
While everyone has digital cameras of varying quality, sometimes good old fashioned film cameras are fun in their own way.
Being faced with a limited number of photos, specific settings and limitations will actually enhance the moment of each photo taken with groups of people (great for parties, weddings, or even projects).
The camera cycles each flash quickly (by the time you've cycled the film). A regular complaint is that the photographer will have a sore thumb due to the teeth of the turning wheel, though it's not a major issue it's something to note and be prepared for.
ISO 400 with a limited flash radius means you'd be better off in higher levels of light (outdoor, darkest you would want would be early-dusk for sharper images)
I will note though, the quality of film still by far will surpass phone cameras, and many low-resolution digital cameras with cheap sensors. Just make sure you hold the camera steady!