Kodak Fun Saver 35mm Single-Use Camera with Flash uploaded by Kim O.
Kodak Fun Saver 35mm Single-Use Camera with Flash

Kodak Fun Saver 35mm Single-Use Camera with Flash

BY KODAK #1 in Disposable Cameras

4.3 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars54%
  • 4 Stars31%
  • 3 Stars10%
  • 2 Stars3%
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The Easy Way to Capture Your Memories The Film That s a Camera™. Built-in 35mm Kodak® MAX Film. 27 Exposure 800-speed Film. No Loading Necessary, Focus-free Operation. One-time-use for Ultimate Ease & Convenience. Indoor & Outdoor. Unbeatable Clarity Recyclable Worldwide. see more...

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  • Does anyone have any cool ways to alter the film? I've pu...5 Answers
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Kodak Fun Saver 35mm Single-Use Camera with Flash
Kodak Fun Saver 35mm Single-Use Camera with Flash
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  • "I love disposable cameras when I am traveling or at a concert (especially when alcohol is involved) I get pretty decent pictures and I don't get upset if I lose it on accident!" in 11 reviews
  • "I would lvoe to use these for weddings again like before where you could leave them on the table for people to take pictures then you develop them for memories." in 10 reviews
  • "Disposables in general are not as popular or widely used; I guess I just don't expect too much out of these because of course they are inferior to digital cameras." in 8 reviews
  • "I use there for my kids field trips so they can take pics and not have to have an electronic device as they are still not quite old enough for a smart phone." in 7 reviews
  • "The only thing there good for is leaving them on tables at weddings and letting your guest go crazy with taking pictures!" in 5 reviews
Gabrielle  V.
35 reviews
Easy to use and you can just drop it off at Walmart and your photos will be ready to pick up in a few days. Much simpler to use than newer cameras.
Laketra C.
45 reviews
Just purchased 50 of these on sale for a wedding!!!! Great way to capture your wedding through others eyes. Years later these still come in handy!!!
Patricia  L.
Abilene , TX
353 reviews
I put these on every table at my sons wedding so the guests could use them and we ended up with such an amazing variety of quality pictures Love them
Domonique P.
124 reviews
Who cares if MOST people don't like to use these anymore? I still think they're cool and these would be great to use just incase your phone dies..
Nicole S.
Saint Paul, MN
365 reviews
Ha Do they even make these still. Used to use them all the time when I was a teenager.Loved getting my film develope to see how they turned out.
Tanneka H.
KENNESAW, GA
164 reviews
Cool when needing a camera in a hurry but such a pain because in the day and age we live in now, we actually want to SEE the picture we just took.
Sarah B.
Sumterville, fl
575 reviews
Loved these! It was always so much fun taking them to get developed. Excited to see if the pictures turned out. Do they even make them anymore?
Angela T.
Raeford, NC
149 reviews
Awesome camara!!!... 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟five stars. Although it does not last long, this disposable camara is excellent for capturing amazing pic. A must try...
Ivonne C.
Long Beach , CA
248 reviews
I remember i bought one when I was in middle school before all these cameras started coming up. It took great picture and the price is reasonable
Sara B.
94 reviews
Do they still make these!? I use to LOVE disposable cameras. There was nothing better than dropping off film to be developed. Kodak was awesome
Sibyl B.
Clovis, CA
101 reviews
Does anyone still use these or do you just use your cell phone?
Tammy C.
Wshngtn Ct Hs, OH
497 reviews
I did not know you could still buy these.... And where do you develop them???
Veronica T.
Altamonte Spg, FL
29 reviews
Just found an undeveloped camera from at least 7 years ago. Chance pics will develop?
Joelle W.
300 reviews
I only take pictures of my favorite people and places with these cameras to put on my walls when they get developed, what do you do with yours?
Nicole G.
San Antonio, TX
31 reviews
Who remembers charging the flash then smacking the bottom to get it to flash without taking a picture... good times lol

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