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Kodak Weekend Underwater Disposable Camera Excellent Performance High Quality
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TIP: I used to develop photos, the trick is to develop the photos before you go through x-rays. I went on a cruise to the Caribbeans and developed them as soon as I got back to FL, and flew back to NY the same day.. if you do not have time to develop the photos, let the TSA know that your bags are carrying film cameras and they may excuse you from x-raying them. Take it out before you get to the check out point and also checked-in bags get x-rayed more than carry-ons, so try to carry-on your film.
There is no flash on this camera and as a result, all your underwater pictures will have a pronounced blue tint to them. The colors you see underwater will not appear in your pictures. This is because water absorbs all wavelengths of light, except blue. If you're deeper than 5 feet, there's almost no red or yellow light to be found. Your brain compensates for this, but you need to have a flash to provide those colors (so they will be reflected from the yellows and reds in the coral and on the fishes) if you want them to show up on film.
If you're looking for a (relatively) inexpensive camera to bring back photos of the corals and fish you saw while snorkeling or SCUBA diving in Cozumel or Florida, my suggestion is to look at the Canon digital point and shoots. Canon makes some great underwater housings (under $200 for most of them) for almost all of their cameras, and they're good down to 30m. Every digital camera has a flash. Get right on top of your subject and make sure the flash is set to fire every time. The colors you get will amaze you. And your whole outfit will cost you around $300 for camera and housing. Less, if you have a Canon P&S sitting on your shelf already. Later, you can get an external, optically triggered underwater flash -- this will give you even more light, and no cable is required, it's triggered by the flash from your P&S.
I used this on a fishing trip because I knew I would be taking pictures from a boat in a wet environment.
But many pictures of the fish caught came out poorly.
Now I did NOT use this camera underwater and perhaps that is where it shines.
If you are really not going underwater with it though, then skip this and invest a little more in a real camera.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Terrible photo quality.
I bought this because we were going offshore.
None of the images were acceptable to keep.
Did it know it was broken until we tried to use it on our vacation.Published 3 months ago by Nancy L Berg
I purchased this for a trip to Belize as it was waterproof. It is, but it blurs and only takes pictures in perfect lighting. ZOnly one of my pics was even able to be printed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Denise L.Meyers
Convenient to be able to take it around water, but most of our photos didn't turn out because they were too dark. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Patt Hayes Heise
We bought two of these for a snorkeling trip. Both cameras filled with water a few minutes after we began using them. All our photographs were ruined. A terrible product.Published 7 months ago by BZNYC
Not as clear pics I had hoped for but it worked land we have pics from under water.Published 19 months ago by Donna Wright
I don't think any disposable camera works well, especially underwater. This is not exception.Published on August 21, 2014 by Lisa B.