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No it doesn't. It's just point and press. It does have autofocus and tells you what setting would provide the best lighting but no timer.
By Rowena on 19 January 2015
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no it doesn't need charging
By Layla on 15 January 2014
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i think they offer different colour options, but the white one we received through amazon is a nice clean white.
By Jeremy West on 17 August 2015
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Unfortunately not. This device is like an old fashioned analog "point and push" camera, so whatever you have in the viewfinder when you operate the shutter is what you get on the finished photograph. As the finished photographs are small, make the most of them by getting that bit closer to the subject and filling the… see more Unfortunately not. This device is like an old fashioned analog "point and push" camera, so whatever you have in the viewfinder when you operate the shutter is what you get on the finished photograph. As the finished photographs are small, make the most of them by getting that bit closer to the subject and filling the space with subject matter rather than lots of "background". For what it's worth, I have no regrets in buying the camera (for my wife) as the pictures can be given to friends and relatives there and then - instant memories - particularly well received by older folk and children, we've found. see less Unfortunately not. This device is like an old fashioned analog "point and push" camera, so whatever you have in the viewfinder when you operate the shutter is what you get on the finished photograph. As the finished photographs are small, make the most of them by getting that bit closer to the subject and filling the space with subject matter rather than lots of "background". For what it's worth, I have no regrets in buying the camera (for my wife) as the pictures can be given to friends and relatives there and then - instant memories - particularly well received by older folk and children, we've found.
By William Galer on 01 January 2016
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I have a blue version of the camera and I'm pretty sure it's just the casing that varies, rather than what comes out on film. I imagine that if you buy standard film you're going to end up with coloured photographs. I'm not entirely 100% but I believe if you wanted simply B&W photos you'd need to get a filter lens for … see more I have a blue version of the camera and I'm pretty sure it's just the casing that varies, rather than what comes out on film. I imagine that if you buy standard film you're going to end up with coloured photographs. I'm not entirely 100% but I believe if you wanted simply B&W photos you'd need to get a filter lens for the front or specific film. see less I have a blue version of the camera and I'm pretty sure it's just the casing that varies, rather than what comes out on film. I imagine that if you buy standard film you're going to end up with coloured photographs. I'm not entirely 100% but I believe if you wanted simply B&W photos you'd need to get a filter lens for the front or specific film.
By Kate on 21 May 2015
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yes
By Ann Sneddon on 19 October 2014
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You can not preview the picture before printing, as soon as you take the picture it automatically prints it out
By Mickal on 09 December 2013
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I have never used re-chargable, in this camera i just have normal energizer ones and i have taken 35 pictures and they haven't run out, i have it on most of the time without taking pictures aswell, it doesnt have a display screen to power so it wouldnt use as much energy as a normal camera anyway, not too sure if i hel… see more I have never used re-chargable, in this camera i just have normal energizer ones and i have taken 35 pictures and they haven't run out, i have it on most of the time without taking pictures aswell, it doesnt have a display screen to power so it wouldnt use as much energy as a normal camera anyway, not too sure if i helped but hopefully :) see less I have never used re-chargable, in this camera i just have normal energizer ones and i have taken 35 pictures and they haven't run out, i have it on most of the time without taking pictures aswell, it doesnt have a display screen to power so it wouldnt use as much energy as a normal camera anyway, not too sure if i helped but hopefully :)
By lucy on 16 September 2014
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credit card sized
By Charlie Shaw on 25 November 2015