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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If you want to use the flash, just push the button on the front of the camera until the red dot on the top turns red, which means the flash is ready. The 30mm f/10 lens found in the FunSaver features two aspherical plastic elements, which helps it achieve a sharpness uncommon in disposables. I would be really interested in trying out something similar, would you be able to send me a link / let me know how you found these on analogue wonderland?

Since 1976, we have developed literally millions of rolls of film with experienced lab professionals and film enthusiasts. All things considered, the Kodak FunSaver single use camera really is fun, and puts out decent photo quality, especially if you scan the negatives yourself with a good dedicated film scanner.I see moderate pincushion distortion and color fringing along the sides between high contrast areas. You get 39 exposures so is perfect for travel, school trips, adventures, parties, graduations, wedding tables etc. If you’re looking for cheap disposable cameras that produce great results, this will be one of the best choices. It’s straightforward enough for the most casual of casual shooters, simple enough to shake inspiration-starved photo geeks out of a slump, and fun enough for children to use at a birthday party or wedding.

The additive type shot counter is dead center, and the oval gray button on the right actuates the shutter. For better and worse, the FunSaver is completely emblematic of the philosophy of expendability that characterized mass-market design in the 1980s, ‘90s and early 2000s. Build quality is straight up consumer grade, complete with a loose shutter button made of flimsy gray plastic, a paper cover for the flash button, and a loud, rough advance wheel. My Mom went back to using disposable cameras this year as she got tired of fooling around with a digital camera that was always dead when she wanted to use it, or it didn’t focus right, or recorded video when she just wanted a still image. Disposable cameras are all about simplicity and a carefree shooting experience, and the Kodak FunSaver brings those two traits admirably without any complication.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. While the images it makes won’t hold a candle to any high falootin’ glass or multi-element lens, the FunSaver delivers a considerably better image than should be expected, even beating some of the cheapest fixed-focus, non-disposable point-and-shoots.

Color and contrast are pretty good, especially considering it’s a single-use camera with a small, plastic lens. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.If you're looking for a fun, easy way to take great pictures, indoors or out, the KODAK FUN SAVER Single Use Camera is a great choice. Knocking a disposable camera for its build quality would be as silly as criticizing McDonald’s for the quality of their burgers. You can get 27 images on any roll of 24 as long as you can load the camera yourself in the dark and do not have to advance it to the first shot mark; however, with motorized auto loading cameras, you probably won’t get any more than 25. but they give you a green saturated dreamy-vintage ish colour, (but perhaps Kodak Pro Image or Portra 160 offer you greenish results with better composition). 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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