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Kodak Fun Saver Disposable Film Camera 39 Exposures

Kodak Fun Flash Disposable Film Camera is a simple point-and-shoot with a built-in flash. The film you get with this camera is 800 ISO.  It will be able to cope with a wide range of situations. Easy and fun to use. This camera is small enough to take it anywhere.

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Kodak Fun Saver Disposable Film Camera 39 Exposures

Kodak Fun Saver Disposable Film Camera is a simple point-and-shoot with a built-in flash. The film you get with this camera is 800 ISO.  It will be able to cope with a wide range of situations. Easy and fun to use. This camera is small enough to take it anywhere.

Perfect if you want to shoot film for the first time. Also a great take-anywhere camera you don’t have to worry about. Will work equally well outside or inside. If you’re new to analogue photography read our Beginners Guide To Film Photography.

With the built-in flash, you have the freedom to take photos whatever the light. Always fun to take to a party or on a night out.

Disposable Cameras In Action

Want to see the Kodak Disposable Film Camera in action? Then check out the results that George at Negative Feedback got in this video. If that inspires you, have a look at the other disposable film cameras we keep in stock.

And, if you’re new to film, check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography.

Additional information

Film Development

C41

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative

Film Exposures

39

Brand

1 review for Kodak Fun Saver Disposable Film Camera 39 Exposures

  1. Yesa

    Decided to try this one because it has a high ISO—which is ISO800 and the case is cute too (that’s a plus point). I did search for the reviews and lot of people are recommending this disposable. But not for me though. I found struggle whenever I want to reload the exp. You should always press the flash button for flash mode.
    For the results, not quite sure if I like them.. 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).

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