Reviews and Problems with Kodak FUN SAVER Single Use Camera
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Mark, B&H Photo
10 January 2016
Excerpt: It's straightforward and easy to use, and it brings back the visceral pleasure of delayed gratification in waiting until the entire roll of film is used up and developed before seeing the results. I just wish it came with a prepaid developer.
Excerpt: Kodak is the only type of camera that can double expose so it's good in my book. (You do so by hitting the camera on your palm- with flash still on- once the first picture has been taken/before you wind it).
Excerpt: The Kodak FunSaver Single Use Camera is a disposable camera that can be used once and that’s it. They can be found in both big super centers and regular convenience and drug stores. The price will vary depending on where the camera is bought, but generally, it can be …
Kodak Fun Saver One Time Use Film Camera with Flash- 2 pack
23 September 2010
Excerpt: Every now and then I would like to take pictures and just have them developed. Although I love my digital camera, I like the convenience of a film camera for certain occasions. When those times come, I choose the Kodak Fun Saver One Time Use Camera. I always make …
Excerpt: i ordered 30 of your 1 time use camera for my 25th class reunion. the first nite was our meet and greet whereas a camera was placed on everyone's table for use and the second nite was our banquet and again we placed camera's on the tables by the bar near the dance floor and one at the entrance...
Excerpt: Bought 6 then needed a 7th, so I got a Fuji locally and took a scout group on a river trip. The Fuji pix were great, we had then scanned to a DVD and worked them digitally. The Kodak images were poor quality, made bad scans and were generally bad. I wish I'd bought all Fuji - will next time
Excerpt: I shoot digital cameras, but I always take a few disposables for vacation-- especially for the beach or where I might not feel as safe carrying around my more expensive cameras. When I have them developed I get the lab to make a photo CD so I have digital files.