Kodak Disposable Flash Cameras – 39 Exposures – Pack of 2

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  • Country of origin:- Spain
  • Model Number: 27+12 pack of 2
  • Package Weight: 280 grams
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Kodak Disposable Flash Cameras – 39 Exposures – Pack of 2
Kodak Disposable Flash Cameras – 39 Exposures – Pack of 2


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Specification: Kodak Disposable Flash Cameras – 39 Exposures – Pack of 2


1 AA batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

10 x 2 x 5 cm, 279 Grams

Date First Available

29 May 2013


Item model number

27+12 pack of 2

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Kodak Disposable Flash Cameras – 39 Exposures – Pack of 2

2.6 out of 5
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  1. Eden

    Great pictures, don’t work very good in dark conditions unless flash is on, a lot of our pictures at night time didnt develop so we lost a lot of our pictures. Only got about half the pictures we took between the two cameras. They work better during the day time

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  2. Charlotte

    I’m more disappointed in this camera than my mother was when she had me. I recently bought this set of two for my 18th birthday party – a big milestone in any young girl’s life, and one I should hope to remember for years to come (with the aid of photos of course. I doubted I would even remember it the next morning). I was immediately disappointed to find that the cameras which had each been advertised as having 39 photos held only enough film for a measly 27. Nevertheless my friends and I took all of our pre drinks photos with it and continued to use it with all our guests on the night to remember who had come to celebrate with me! I walked a good 25 minutes into town to pick these photos up from my local boots in the sweltering 14° heat and excitedly made my way to my friends where we all poured over the …. 35 photos I received back. I’m very disappointed in this product as the film inside one camera botched and ruined half of our photos. You only turn 18 once, you know, and…

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  3. Amy

    Bought for a child’s Yr6 residential school trip, as disposable cameras were all they were allowed to take. With all the advances in camera quality these days, I thought this would be a good way to record a special holiday, especially being Kodak. I was wrong. The quality is appalling, especially given the price, and with developing costs on top. All the pictures are dark, with random lights and mystery surface marks throughout. Very disappointing for a child who thought they would have a photographic record of a wonderful trip. Would definitely not recommend.

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  4. Sally hurst

    If I could give less than one star I would.. I brought these in April 2016 in readyness for a hen party. My plan was to not know what was on the pics and have them printed and make a photo album for a anniversary gift.. Upon having them developed I was told that the cameras I had were broken before they were used as each picture that was taken wasn’t winding on properly.. So I have half and half pictures, where they have come out that is.. It looks like I have taken pictures whilst been stood in the fog.. Lucky for me the gent who was printing the pics at the shop refunded me half what I paid. Very disappointed in these cameras and that I have now missed out on the fun day and pics we took at the hen party..

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  5. Sally hurst

    I was afraid that I had made a mistake with this purchase, but overall I am very pleased with the results. In fact, on my travels I met a young woman who works in a photo lab and she told me that it is a good make. Just always use the flash, was her advice. I took it. The photos have a quality, something missing from digital cams. What is it? Time both captured and lost in the same instant. Or is that fanciful? Try one, find out, get back to me. 🙂

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  6. Philoctetes

    These cameras were purchased for a school trip as my child’s school would not take responsibility for the loss of any digital cameras, to be fair this was a safer option for that reason. However, the picture quality is quite grainy and looks like it could be from the 70s. The cost of the two cameras was around £17 and to develop the 39 x2 sets of exposures cost around £8 each so a rather costly option for inferior quality pictures. The only benefit to these was if they were lost they are disposable. If you want decent pictures then these cameras are not going to cut it…

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  7. Amy

    I paid GBP 17.00 for these cameras, clicked every single pictures (including wedding and christmas memories). Brought it to a professional store and they confirmed that these cameras were useless, none of the pictures can be used. In fact they showed me the film and there was not a single picture on them. Very very disappointed! Do not buy, you’ll only waste your money!

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  8. Ivy Dragon

    I bought these for my son to take on a school trip – phones weren’t allowed. He was completely confused, asking, how do you zoom in? Where do you go back to look at the pictures? How do you delete them?!

    So not very impressive to today’s tech-savvy kids but they worked fine!

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