Kodak FunSaver 35mm
These type of cameras also show how we used to shoot back in the day when we didn’t own an expensive camera and smart phones would have seemed like a device from Star Trek.
You may already be thinking why on earth in the age of digital imagery and everyone owning a smartphone you would own any type of film camera. Solutions like the Kodak FunSaver 35mm are growing ever more popular at events such as weddings, where guests can take a quick snap and later see the results in all their printed glory. You may not get the instant gratification of digital, but there is something exciting about having to wait to see how your images actually turn out.
These type of cameras also show how we used to shoot back in the day when we didn’t own an expensive camera and smart phones would have seemed like a device from Star Trek. For roughly $15, each camera has 27 exposures, loaded with Kodak Gold ISO-800 film, which also includes a built-in battery and flash, all contained within a reasonably hardy outer shell.
The camera may have a plastic lens and the workings may be as point-and-shoot as you can get, but as this is film we are working with here, the final results have a look and quality which you can only get from the old styles of working. This camera may seem limiting in the amount of exposures you take., but in reality, it’s so much fun to use. Considering the cost, one of these cameras is worth picking up from time to time, just for the sheer shooting experience.