Single Use Cameras

There’s something so nostalgic about the images you get from a single use (disposable) camera.

Here are our top tips for getting the most out of these easy-to-use camera bodies:⁠

Get Close!

We’re not gonna tell you how to shoot . . . but we kind of are 😉. While we’re suckers for a good environmental shot, single use cameras really sing when you draw close to your subject, about 3–4 feet away.

Turn On the Flash!

Indoors and out. Indoor flash is a must, but out-of-doors the built-in flash also lends a nice fill to your subject, and allows you to confidently shoot in less-than-ideal light. (And really, who is shooting in perfect light on vacay—no one, that’s who.)⁠

Does PhotoVision process and scan single use cameras? ⁠

Yes! The price is the same as for 35mm film.⁠

Does PhotoVision recycle single use cameras? ⁠

Yes! Every single use camera we process is recycled and sent back to the film company to be repurposed into another single use camera.⁠

Ready to give 'em a try?

⁠We have both the Kodak Fun Saver (800 ISO, C-41) and the Kodak Professional Tri-X (400 ISO, B+W). ⁠

⁠💛 The Kodak Fun Saver is a fun, easy way to take great pictures—indoors or out. Just pick it up and start shooting! The 800-speed film creates bright colors while still maintaining a fine grain, exceptional sharpness and natural skin tones. The camera's built-in flash has a 4 to 11.5 foot flash range and must be charged before every picture.⁠

🖤 The Kodak Professional Tri-X 400TX features the world's best-selling black and white film, Tri-X 400. Tri-X has a fine grain structure and is great for low light and action. The camera's built-in flash automatically recharges and should be used for indoor photography.⁠

@ihumwiththecascades / Kodak Tri-X Single Use Camera / Noristu S-1800 / Salem, Oregon⁠

@_ashleyloney / @ihumwiththecascades / Kodak Fun Saver Single Use Camera / Frontier SP3000 / Salem, Oregon