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Kodak ULTRA Compact

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Kodak Ultra Compact Flash - bring back the nervous times outside the c

danielcla..., Ciao
6 February 2012
  • Excerpt: "...question here is can the Kodak Ultra Compact Flash represent such an experience in a rewarding way. The Kodak Ultra Compact Flash is a single use camera with a built-in flash. The 35mm film gives the user 39 exposures and as is expected with disposable cameras it has a manual film advancement. When looking through the viewfinder located in the middle at the top edge of the camera you will see the same image that you should expect to produce. This ...
  • Pros: Offers something digital cannot give !
  • Cons: The price is a little more expensive than some similar cameras .
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Overall 10
10
Value for money 10
10
Sharpness 6
6.0
Color and saturation 6
6.0

User Review

danielcla..., Ciao
6 February 2012
  • Excerpt: There is no denying that technology is moving fast. Digital images have swiftly replaced film due to its convenience and the ability for the user to take thousands of images with the option to delete them at the touch of a few buttons. The shift in our use from film to digital is undeniable, but will we ever fully allow ourselves to become detached from the physical presence of film photographs?
  • Pros: Offers something digital cannot give !
  • Cons: The price is a little more expensive than some similar cameras .
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Overall 10
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Why not take one last trip down memory lane before film is lost forever from the mainstream.

danny691, Dooyoo
25 October 2011
  • Excerpt: There is no denying that technology is moving fast. Digital images have swiftly replaced film due to its convenience and the ability for the user to take thousands of images with the option to delete them at the touch of a few buttons. The shift in our use from film to digital is undeniable, but will we ever fully allow ourselves to become detached from the physical presence of film photographs?
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User Review

FrancyG, Dooyoo
20 February 2012