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Not bad for a disposable camera, but you might consider other options
on 17 April 2014
The Kodak is a very simple affair as all disposable cameras are, a point and shoot plastic lens film camera with a flash.
The camera is loaded with ISO 400 negative film, with a total of 39 exposures, a flash is here too to help with lower light photos, a basic optical viewfinder to frame your shots and that's pretty much it.
The attraction is the price (which isn't bad for a roll of film and camera) Quality wise the photos are fine for smaller prints (6x4", 7x5" around that size), running the negatives though my high resolution film scanner though showed the limitations of the lens (hardly surprising at this cost)
If you need a disposable film camera, at a fair price this is worth considering
But if you are someone who has the odd dabble with 35mm film and require better quality, ebay is full of very inexpensive 35mm cameras so it might be worth picking up a bargain compact/SLR body and buying the film on it's own. Most buyers though won't really be concerned with the quality or smaller print limitations
Pretty good for the price