Reviews and Problems with Kodak FUN SAVER Single Use Camera
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Excellent Disposable Cameras
koalalover00, B&H Photo
21 January 2015
Excerpt: We bought 10 disposable cameras for my mom's 70th birthday party. We put one on each table and asked people to take candid shots during the party. We just developed the pictures and they are amazing! Pics that we would not have gotten otherwise. We took the pics and put them into a book for my mom to keep. She loves them and will cherish them for a long time. Thanks B&H!
Excerpt: These disposable cameras are getting hard to find at local retailers. We orders hundreds of these for our fleet to equip the drivers with in case they need to take accident pictures while on the road. They are perfect. And service/shipping was exceptional.
Excerpt: When my mentor and her husband asked me to help with details for their 50th wedding anniversary gala,I was asked to locate 20 one time use cameras for each table of 8 at their fabulous party. B&H photo was my first - and only - call to obtain these particular cameras. When all the guests were seated, and before the festivities began, I explained at the microphone just how to advance after each candid snapshot and how to incorporate the flash.
Excerpt: A lot of times we are going out and need a camera but we don’t want to take our more expensive digital camera with us. This happens especially if we are going hiking or other outdoor activities.
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: These cameras are very handy to have in your glovebox (in case of accidents, etc.). The flash is much better and since I have my own photo processing lab, I have developed many a disposable cameras and the Kodak are by far the best. Even if they are held properly past the expiration date, I have found that the quality of the pictures are good if processed soon after exposed. They are also great to have on hand in case the batteries go bad in your digital camera or phone.
Excerpt: Bought this one-use camera as an impulse buy in line at the B&H store and it was as fun & nostalgic as I hoped it would be. The sounds of the high pitch flash & film advance wheel brought back memories of elementary school field trips and summer camps. In a world of unlimited high resolution digital images it was nice to know that there were only 27 images for my Big Apple Long weekend and I made those 27 count. I will probably do this more often & for more reasons.