Kodak Disposable Cameras Reviews
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Customer Kodak Disposable Cameras Reviews (8)
by - written on 13/04/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
~Lights, camera, action!~ ******************* I have used a number of Kodak disposable cameras in the past and have found that some times you can end up with some rather pleasing results once your photographs are developed and printed. I feel that the over all quality of many of the photographs I have taken with Kodak one use cameras has been reasonably good with a few real photographic diamonds that I feel have turned out extremely well. On the other hand there have been quite a few times when things haven't gone as well as they could and the end results have been a little lack lustre, with some shots being blurred and hard to view. These ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 10/08/11, updated on 10/08/11
I bought a pack of of these for a special occasion as I wanted to have the photographs in an album rather than on my digital camera or laptop. I could of just printed the pictures off of my laptop, but I like the glossy finish that photographs have to them so I personally think that they look nicer. I paid £12.25 for a pack of three cameras which came with free delivery from Amazon, which works out at just over £4 each which seems reasonable. Each camera has 27 exposures (pictures) which I think is really good value for £4 although you do have to keep in consideration the price of getting the photos developed - I got mine developed in store at Boots for £2.99 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
It has been quite a while since I have used one of these, I guess the days of digital cameras are well and truly upon us. There is something pleasurable though about taking a picture with a proper old fashioned camera. Maybe it is the click of the button or the way you sometimes had to wind on the dial to get to the next picture, such endearing little traits these cameras had! The Kodak range of disposables are ideal for travelling and spontaneous occasions when you need a quick camera to hand. They cost around four to six pounds and can be bought online and from all leading supermarkets. When you buy a Kodak camera you will see that it is encased in a yellow ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10, updated on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 72 readings)
So who needs a disposable in this day and age of cheap digitals? You might be surprised... I still grab a disposable camera now and then. 1)They are perfect for letting the kids have some fun with something it doesn't matter if they drop/smear jam on/try to poke down the dog's throat. 2) Kodak have a great range: I've bought their panoramic pictures version for landcapes and the underwater version to take on holiday a few times. The picture of my son swimming underwater in the ocean is one of my favourite ever, and takes pride of place on my hall wall. Mind you, it was a bit hit and miss. I hadn't factored that I can't open my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
The technology these days in the photography market is moving very fast indeed. Although I do try to keep up with the latest makes and models I occassionally take a step back from the technological advances and take stock. Sometimes it can be nice to go back in time and use products which you got by with in the past. Kodak are well known in the photography market and their range of disposable cameras carries a few models even though they are outdated and not used by many people these days. If you havnt ever used a disposable camera, or even a film camera, I strongly recommend you give it a try. Digital cameras we have these days don't give you the same result, and you ... Read the complete review
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