Fujifilm QuickSnap Flash, One Time Use Disposable Camera with 27 Exposures of Superia X-TRA Film and Quick Flash System.

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Fujifilm QuickSnap: Picture 1 regular

About Fujifilm QuickSnap

This QuickSnap is sleek & stylish and perfect for all picture-taking settings. It has the look of a "real camera" delivering sharp, brilliant, quality color prints. It's product enhancements include a large viewfinder & exposure counter, sharp lens for great image quality, powerful flash system and a pop-up flash indicator. It's fun, convenient and easy to use...the ideal camera that could go anywhere!

Fujifilm QuickSnap Features

  • Sleek, stylish and contemporary, the rounded body design conveys the look of a "real" camera
  • Ergonomic grip makes the camera easy to hold for smooth operation
  • Large and legible exposure counter makes it easy to check the number of remaining exposures
  • Powerful flash system extends the flash range to 14 feet

Fujifilm QuickSnap Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Camera for a Disposable

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from Central Illinois  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I bought about 25 of these for use as table cameras at my wedding. They all held up through the night and we got some great shots - even in a fairly dark room. Granted, they are still disposable cameras so don't expect miracles. I was very pleased at the candid photos we got from these and would use them again in a heartbeat for a wedding or similar function.

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asaf a  what is the film ISO rating of this model (they have 400 ISO model and 800 ISO model)?
KEN B  I use the ISO 400 for my drivers accident kits, they carry in every truck we have. I have not had any problem with cameras or developing the film and pictures turn out.
Shopper  Is this film? What's the ISO?
KEN B  The film ISO is 400, great for still pictures. All my trucks have one in them in case of accident or incident. as the saying goes a picture is worth a million words.
asaf a  what is the film ISO rating of this model (they have 400 ISO model and 800 ISO model)?
KEN B  I use the ISO 400 for my drivers accident kits, they carry in every truck we have. I have not had any problem with cameras or developing the film and pictures turn out.
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