KODAK FunSaver 35mm Single Use Camera

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KODAK FunSaver 35mm Single Use Camera

KODAK FunSaver 35mm Single Use Camera

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The guys were nice enough to have a chat with me and were very helpful with tips and tricks to better my photography. The small camera slipped VERY easily in a pocket, and there was something about the 30mm lens that just seemed to be perfect.

But because we now scan film, we get the maximum benefit from the images and are not reliant on trusting that the 1 hour processor cares to get it right. The Brownie was a runaway success, and judging by the persistent ubiquity of the FunSaver, selling strongly from the 1990s all the way to the present day, Kodak used the knowledge gained from the Brownie very well. These little cameras are popular at weddings where the guests are encouraged to pick them up and start shooting, especially after the liquor starts to flow, then turn them in to the hosts before going home so the newlywed couple can get them developed and have some laughs later on.With some degree of difficulty, I wound the existing film through to be flipped for Red Scaled, and reloaded it (having to save the spool for the serrated core to allow for the odd advance wheel) with some Kodak C-41 Black and White. The 30mm f/10 lens found in the FunSaver features two aspherical plastic elements, which helps it achieve a sharpness uncommon in disposables. It seems, like with most film camera (and my experience too) that bad results from back in the day were as a result of lousy processing and printing. The Kodak FunSaver 35mm Single Use Camera - 27 Exposures is more than just a camera; it's a gateway to preserving moments that define life. The most common of these disposables (at least in the United States) is the Kodak FunSaver, which also happens to be the camera that introduced me to photography.

It’s also a true relic of a different time; the Funsaver was around back in the late 1990s in more or less the same form as it takes today, and to shoot one is to get a real taste of what consumer photography was like in the twilight of film’s heyday. Camera comes with a single AA battery installed and the charge will last much longer than shooting the 27 pictures with flash.

Its 800 iso color negative film has great exposure latitude making it much more versatile – it could shoot in open sunlight without blowing out the highlights but also did very well in low light. So, whether you are using a Reusable or Disposable here are some tips to get the best images out of them: How To Get The Best From Your Reusable Film Camera. Not that I spend much time arguing about terminology, but the word “disposable” has so many bad connotations these days and also is inaccurate when referring to single-use cameras, since they are recycled.



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