Kodak Plus One-Time-Use Digital Camera
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- Get the benefits of digital photography along with your traditional prints
- Pay for your prints from Kodak Premium Processing services at regular price
- You'll automatically receive your digital photos on a Kodak Picture CD
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This one-time-use camera is loaded with MAX Versatility Plus 800 Film / New! Compact Design / Indoor/Outdoor Use / 27 Exposures / Ektanar Lens
You don't need to spend $300 on a digital camera to get digital photos. Get the benefits of digital photography--easily and inexpensively--along with your traditional prints with the Kodak PlusDigital single-use camera.
You can e-mail your photos to friends and family, enlarge prints, remove red-eye, zoom and crop, and print copies of your photos right at home. Best of all, the Kodak PlusDigital gives you traditional prints as well.
Simply drop off the Kodak PlusDigital camera at your photo retailer offering Kodak Premium Processing services. At the time of developing, you pay for your prints at regular prices. You'll also automatically receive your digital photos on a Kodak Picture CD at no additional cost if you check the box marked Kodak Picture CD + Prints.
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At the same time, you can find small non-disposable cameras that are actually and really digital out there (with things like LCD screens built in, no less!) for less than the $20 price tag currently on this Kodak "digital" disposable camera. Look at Polaroid DVF-130BC Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom and 2.0-Inch LCD Screen, Black or Vivitar ViviCam V25 Digital Camera for example - both are $17 at the time of this review. Now, I haven't tried those, and people who have don't seem to be absolutely in love with them, but I would tend to imagine that you get what you pay for. If you're willing to go for used, you can get fantastic previous-generation digital cameras for $20 plus or minus a few - just do a search on Amazon for "digital camera", and then use the left-side bar to restrict to Under $25 for price, and 4 star and up average review rating - you'll surely be much happier with what you get than you would with this despicable lie of a product.
Don't open the box and unwrap the camera from its foil paper wrapping until you're ready to use it; and make sure you use this camera before the expiration date printed on the cardboard box. The 800 film helps make this camera very useful for both outdoor and indoor photos; and it's easy to carry this camera because it's so light and compact. It can fit into a woman's pocketbook, a man's briefcase, backpack or just about any overnight travel bag. You also get 27 exposures per camera; this makes the camera useful for vacations or extensive photo taking days like weddings and other ceremonies.
Unfortunately, the pictures I got back are not as clear and crisp as they would be from a real digital camera or a conventional 35mm camera using the individual rolls of film you put in and then take out when you're ready to have the film developed. I hope that Kodak remedies this problem quickly.
Overall, this single use camera is convenient and budget priced. However, the camera itself is NOT digital, which is a awful trick Kodak uses to fool consumers into thinking they're buying a digital single use camera. The word "digital" refers to the fact that the cost of the camera includes a "free" Kodak CD of your pictures. It just doesn't have the technology to take the very best quality pictures so I hope Kodak works on this in the near future. A single use camera is your best choice if you're on a budget and want a Kodak quality single use camera; but let the buyer--and Kodak--beware about putting any trust in this particular camera!
Two stars, mostly because of the terrible way this is marketed. Let's stop misleading consumers with this one, Kodak!
This camera does give acceptable photographs of the normal fixed lens variety...nothing fancy here. These cameras are okay to take while floating the river and you half way expect to take a dunking. I personally am not going to drag one of my thousand dollar plus cameras around in those conditions. Yet, these cameras take the general type photo you might want to record a particular incident, etc.
I can understand people being upset over the advertisement of this camera to a certain extent. On the other hand, if you read the box, you pretty well should be able to figure out what you are getting. I am not the sharpest crayon in the box, and good grief, I figured this out pretty quick. Most of you folks are a bit brighter than I am so it should not take much of a leap for you. Now my sister...well that is another story. I am sure Kodak could paint a picture of a small red car on the box and she would be convinced she was getting a new MG.
All in all, you pretty well get what you pay for here...nothing to run around and shout about, but a serviceable camera that you can get a CD from if the dealer to go to honors it.
I will give this one two stars because at least it works which is more than I can say for a few of the disposables I have purchased over the past few years.
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Yes, I believe the product name is very misleading. They are using a play on words to make people think it is a digital camera. It is NOT!Read more