Fuji 35mm QuickSnap Single Use Camera, 400 ASA (FUJ7033661) Category: Single Use Cameras (Discontinued by Manufacturer), 10 Count
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- Pack of 10 single-use cameras
- 27 Exposures per camera
- Loaded with Superia X-TRA 400 35mm film
- Flash reaches up to 10 feet
- For indoor and outdoor use
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|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 8.2 x 10.7 inches|
|Item Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.75 pounds|
This QuickSnap is sleek and stylish and perfect for all picture-taking settings. It has the look of a "real camera" delivering sharp, brilliant, quality color prints. It's product enhancements include a large viewfinder and exposure counter, sharp lens for great image quality, powerful flash system and a pop-up flash indicator. It's fun, convenient and easy to use...the ideal camera that could go anywhere!
- Sleek, stylish and contemporary, the rounded body design conveys the look of a "real" camera
- Ergonomic grip makes the camera easy to hold for smooth operation
- Loaded with Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film that delivers sharp, brilliant color prints
- Large viewfinder makes it easy to see and frame the picture
- Large and legible exposure counter makes it easy to check the number of remaining exposures
- Sharper lens for exceptional image quality
- Powerful flash system extends the flash range to 14 feet
- Continuous flash recharges in 5 seconds
- Pop-up flash-ready indicator light
- 4th Color Layer Technology
Top Customer Reviews
Of the 7 cameras that stayed behind: Each camera rendered around 20 - 23 acceptable pictures (per 27) on average. 2 cameras had all 27 exp viewable and only one had just 14. About half of the viewable pics, while viewable, were just too dark to be of real use to us for framing. All of those were all taken at a great distance despite our instructions. A few pics had a dark dot left of center or in the upper right hand corner, almost in the same location on each photo regardless of the camera. That makes us question the developers equipment and not the cameras themselves. All in all we were pleased and the guests had lots of fun with them. Having them developed was tricky. No one does these anymore. We had them developed at sams in one hour for about half of what everyone else charges for sending them out. In short: We have many useable photos from these cameras and the guests had a blast with them! Would do it again. Who knows, maybe the 3 cameras that left with our guests will arrive in the mail someday with pictures of their journey's back home.
The camera 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. According to Amazon, the flash range is about 10 feet. I think that's about right.
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; 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 film speed is 400, so keep that in mind when choosing this camera. A faster speed such as 800 may be preferable.
Overall, this is a good 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 best.
Well, we scattered these around the apartment and everyone loved snapping photos. Too much actually. All ten cameras were completely used up within the first two hours. So we had to start letting people use their camera phones. A few months (well, 7 months) later we finally decided to find a place to develop these. Not an easy feat in itself these days.
Costco was able to develop them and "cheaply" too. $50 later we had about 150 good pictures (and about 120 crappy ones because that's just the name of the game when it comes to film cameras) from our crazy party on a digital CD (we had to cheat a little bit since about 50 people wanted copies).
It was great to have "real" pictures from our party and since it took us so long to actually get the film developed, it was truly a way to relive the night again. No instant gratification. No "take it again, I look fat". Just real moments, captured in real time and enjoyed months later.
My only regret was only ordering 10 of these. I should have bought at least 50. They were such a huge hit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these cameras were old and the film had not been stored properly so the pics are not all in the best of shape. do not bother buyingPublished 4 days ago by Michael Sapienza
The flash was not automatic. So the majority of the pictures were ruined. It was very disappointing as they were used for my daughter's wedding.Published 15 days ago by Heidi R.
Half our pictures didn't turn out. Fuzzy on one half of the photos. Old cameras maybe? Had to pay to process bad film. Parents 60th anniversary party photos. Not happy!!Published 1 month ago by Debbie Behm
Dissatisfied is an understatement! We ordered these cameras for our guests at our wedding. The lab that develop the film said that the film was too old and Consequently, we have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa
good cameras. Used for tables on wedding. Would definitely recommend.Published 1 month ago by James Z