Kodak 35mm Single Use Camera w/ Flash (Packaging May Vary)
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- One touch flash with automatic recharge and a 4 to 14.5 feet flash range. Great for indoor and low light situations.
- Delivers better pictures from a distance. Cuts out unwanted background & foreground.
- Bright colors! Loaded with Kodak 800 speed, 27 exposure film for pictures with bright, vibrant colors.
- 27-exposure disposable camera
- Loaded with Kodak MAX 800 film for all lighting conditions
- Sleek, contemporary design
- No-slip grip
- Built-in flash is easy to use and recharges automatically
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|Color||Black, yellow, red|
|Item Dimensions||4.6 x 5 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.29 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.3 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The camera also is very lightweight so you can carry several at a time in a bag as you travel. I especially like the built in flash that is easy to use (just push a button in the back of the camera and after 10 seconds or so the flash is ready). I remember my mother's Kodak Instamatic camera from the 1960s when if your flash cube had been used (after only four pictures) you were out of luck unless you had another flash cube. No such problem here! Thank goodness!
The camera is a single use camera; this means that after you use it you take the entire camera to the place where you can get film developed and they will take care of the rest. No worrying about whether or not you removed the roll of film negatives correctly without exposing them to too much light. The Kodak "MAX" 800 film speed also makes it useful for taking pictures under a wide variety of lighting situations! You get 27 exposures, not just 24--a nice plus! SMILE
Overall, this is an excellent camera for the many, many people who want to travel light or who are on a budget. It is compact and easy to carry; keep one in the glove compartment of your car just in case there's an accident and you need to take pictures of the scene. The camera is also affordable. I give it four stars instead of five simply because the picture quality just isn't the very best although for most people like me the pictures it takes are fine. Thank you, Kodak!
For only $8 or so, this is a good pickup. While this isn't a 5.1 megapixel digital camera, it will still take good photos. Having a flash is an added bonus. It's also compact enough to fit in most pairs of pants. There's nothing special about these cameras--no zoom or panoramic prints--but they are easy to use.
While it's still cheaper to use your own camera, the convenience is worth it in many cases.
So, for that matter, I feel I could've gotten the product locally and at a lower price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
entire 27 pix did not come out//most taken close up outside & flash worked inside .....nothing came out..DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERAPublished 5 months ago by XXX
This camera is so much better than Fuji which is the only disposable camera they sell in my neighborhood stores. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jean O.
This camera works great out door. There was some thing wrong with flash and it DID NOT work indoors. If I had a choice between this camera and another I most likely take the other.Published 12 months ago by Bill Lee
I would like to take some pictures of everything that I owned just for the last five years. And to get a value on two art works.Published on August 3, 2013 by Debby Lundell
have used before and have very good pictures hope I can find a place to develop as they are no longer sold in stores and camera stores have gone out of businessPublished on July 18, 2013 by phyllis w. hines