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Fujifilm Quick Snap Waterproof 27 exp. 35mm Camera 800 film,Blue/Green/white,1 Pack
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- 35mm format
- 800 speed color film
- 27 exposures
- Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
- Includes hand strap
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 2.2 x 5.8 inches|
|Item Weight||0.37 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
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!
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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.
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You can get the same effect these cameras gave us by sitting in your closet and taking 90 pictures in the dark. Save yourself and don't buy these!
I was pleasantly surprised that the pictures turned out fantastically! And my only notes would be as follows:
Don't worry about water drops on the camera - blowing them off fogs up the lens and the drops don't show on the pictures.
They do need fairly direct sunlight - other reviewers also mention this.
Hold the camera farther away than you normally would - we had a lot of face crops that would have been cute if I'd held the camera back a few more inches.
Buy a few of these packs! Our trip was 4 days and we used about half a roll a day just running around. Many of our pictures weren't in water and they turned out great, so my advice would be to buy more than you need, because as above - they're crazy expensive at the gift shops!
The final picture quality varied from poor to ok. Many dark photos and color was blotchy or distorted. I personally take some of the blame for taking some photos inside(no flash on these cameras). However, even the ones taken outside in good to perfect conditions weren't great. It has been ages since I have developed a "roll" of film so it is certainly possible that some of blame belongs to the developing company. Non the less I wouldn't have any fish or baracuda pics at all without these cameras. I had disposable underwater cameras many years ago with great results.
A side note to all of this, is that the color seemed really neutral and de-saturated for most of my pictures. I am use to using Panasonic GH4 for everything, and that came a huge shock. I actually really enjoyed it and it helped me learn a bunch about film negatives. I plan on buying this in the future and expanding on this!
Although if you always go on vacations and take lots of underwater shots, get the TG-4; you may never re-visit the same place.
These photos represent that cheaper rolls of 200 speed film that one could buy for their 35mm cameras back then. If you recall the absence of crispness, detail and such...then you know exactly what i am talking about. For that is how all of my photos turned out.
Slightly below average photos. If you were going to take a bunch of photos i would suggest buying a cheaper, compact digital camera and one of the waterproof pouches that allow for taking of pictures underwater. A digital camera that does not have the telescopic lens would be ideal in these type bags.
By the time you purchase 3 of these cameras and have the pictures developed at $10.00 per, you have already spent enough money to purchase a small compact digital camera.