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    1. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single
    2. Kodak C800 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
    $11.85
    3. Kodak Plus Digital One-Time-Use
    4. Kodak Advantix Preview APS Camera
    5. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
    6. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera
    $17.81
    7. Kodak MAX 35mm Single Use Cameras
    8. Kodak T550 Advantix APS Camera
    9. Kodak Black & White Single
    10. Kodak Max 35mm Single Use Camera
    $13.94
    11. Kodak MAX HQ One Time Use Camera
    12. Kodak C700 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
    13. Kodak Max HQ 35mm Single Use Camera
    14. Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom APS Camera
    15. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
    16. Kodak Advantix T20 APS Camera
    17. Kodak C470 Advantix APS Camera
    18. Kodak KB28 35mm Camera
    19. Kodak Advantix T70 APS Camera
    20. Kodak Max Outdoor 35mm Single

    1. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single Use Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $22.99 -- our price: $10.94
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000066HUG
    Sales Rank: 1140
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Single-use camera
    • Waterproof up to 50 feet
    • Shock-proof rubber shell
    • Scratch-resistant lens
    • Stocked with Kodak MAX Versatility Plus 800 Film

    Reviews (13)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality, and provides vital insurance if you will be near water.
    I work at a professional photofinishing lab, and I can attest to the quality of the film inside this camera.The Kodak Water & Sport camera provides excellent results both in and out of the water.It performs comparably to the Kodak HQ Max Versatility camera; it produces a high-quality image in most situations.
    1-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Waste Your Money on this Camera!!!
    I was extremely disappointed with this camera.It's a shame there is no option for zero stars, because it doesn't even deserve one.I bought two of them for a vacation to Belize because we were planning to do a lot of activities in and around the water, and we were hoping to capture those memories without risk to our digital camera.Now I really regret not putting a little more money into a waterproof case for our digital camera rather than wasting money on this camera and developing pictures that were only worthy of the garbage can.
    2-0 out of 5 stars grainy pictures, camera jammed
    My husband and I bought two of these to take on a cruise for our snorkling outting. Due to weather, the snorkeling was canceled, but we did end up using the cameras.One we used for regular pictures, outdoor only, beacuse there's no flash, and it was okay, though the pictures were a bit grainy. The other I took on a camping trip with some high school kids and the camera jammed a few pictures into the roll, I could turn and turn the winder, and the film wouldn't advance, but it would let me take another picture. After fighting with it the entire weekend, I ended up getting about 10 pictures that could be made out, though these were grainy, too. ... Read more


    2. Kodak C800 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $215.99
    Asin: B00004SGB1
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The C800 Advantix camera from Kodak is an Advanced Photo System camera with point-and-shoot simplicity.It features a 27-80mm motorized zoom lens and infrared autofocusing, letting you snap photos from 2 feet and beyond.A pop-up flash fires automatically in low-light situations and fires away from the lens, reducing red-eye.Auto close prevents washout photos, and multibeam focusing keeps your subject in focus when taking wide-angle pictures. The flash folds down when the camera is off and serves as a protective lens cap.Read more

    Features

    • 27-80mm motorized zoom lens brings the subject 3 times closer
    • Automatic flip-up flash fires in low-light situations and powers down flash intensity for close shots
    • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging
    • Self-timer lets you get into the picture
    • Midroll film change

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful camera!
    I bought this camera over three years ago, and it never once failed me.It has several useful features, like portrait mode, red-eye reduction (though that's pretty standard in a camera nowadays, it seems), and the ability to take different sizes of pictures.I found the panoramic size to be especially nice.If you plan to take a lot of pictures at night, expect to receive clear, bright results with the camera's night mode.I took a picture in the pitch dark using night mode, and it looks as though the picture was taken in daylight!The self-timer and various flash modes are great, too.Moreover, the camera is very easy to use--once you read the manual, that is.However, one thing to keep in mind is that Advantix film is usually more expensive than regular 35 mm film.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!
    Bought this camera when I thought I was going on a trip to Peru.The trip fell through, but I've had lots of fun with the camera since.I usually take it with me everywhere, just in case I spot something interesting to take photos of.Most recently, the camera has gone snowshoeing with me-I really appreciated the drop-in loading when trying to perform this operation while wearing gloves.Recently developed my first roll of film, and am very impressed with the quality of the pictures, especially the panoramic shots.Be warned, however, developing panoramic shots is expensive...I think I had to pay .90 per panoramic shot, which can add up quickly.However, in exchange, I have a number of gorgeous pictures to admire.Overall, I like the ease of use of this camera, although I wish that the tiny buttons were bigger-its harder than it looks to press a button with the "control button acuator" (to quote Kodak) than you would think.A small ergonomic inconvienience to pay for nice pictures.I'm planning to take it with me when I actually DO make it to Peru-maybe next year!:) Ciao.

    4-0 out of 5 stars nice user friendly..aps camera..
    i bought the advantix c-800 zoom..Read more

    Subjects:  1. C 800   


    3. Kodak Plus Digital One-Time-Use Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $12.99 -- our price: $11.85
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000089SEY
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    You don't need to spend $300 on a digital camera to get digital photos. Get the benefits of digital photography--easily and inexpensively--along with your traditional prints with the Kodak PlusDigital single-use camera.Read more

    Features

    • Get the benefits of digital photography along with your traditional prints
    • Pay for your prints from Kodak Premium Processing services at regular price
    • You'll automatically receive your digital photos on a Kodak Picture CD

    Reviews (6)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value, but beware of Processor Policies.
    I work at a professional photo lab, and I can attest to the quality of the film inside this camera.It produces results comparable to the Kodak PowerFlash -- that is, it performs superbly for outdoor and bright indoor shots, but it will tend to give grainy images in low-light situations.
    2-0 out of 5 stars Not digital, Kodak should be ashamed
    Despite the name, and the assertions of some sales people, this is not a digital camera. It is a one-time-use film camera with an inflated price that gives you a "free" Kodak Picture CD when you have the film processed. The problem with this plan is that many film processors either don't know, or conveniently seem to forget, about the free Picture CD and they charge you their normal price for it. You already paid for it in the price of the camera. It only costs $2 to $3 to get a Picture CD when your film is processed, so get an inexpensive disposable camera and avoid the hassle of convincing the film processor that they owe you a free CD. The "Maximum Versatility" film used in this camera does not produce particularly good pictures (then again, I guess no disposable camera produces outstanding pictures), it just gives tolerable pictures under a wide range of conditions.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Great when you don't have your usual camera
    My digital camera broke while on vacation so we picked up one of these to use for the last two days. The quality of the prints was comparable to a fixed focus camera.Not great, but acceptable.And the same could be said for the digital pictures.I'm not sure what the resolution is, but I'd say about 1.3 megapixels.I wouldn't want to make big prints from them but they were fine for viewing on screen and emailing.
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    4. Kodak Advantix Preview APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $349.99
    Asin: B00004XP73
    Sales Rank: 2967
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Pictures available for immediate preview on 1.8-inch LCD screen
    • Choose the number of prints you want as soon as you take them
    • 2.6x zoom lens
    • Advanced Flash System
    • Panorama mode, midroll change, auto film advance

    Reviews (43)

    2-0 out of 5 stars I just cannot find this cameera anywhere
    Why can I notfind this camera anywhere

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Camera I Have Owned!
    I purchased this particular camera July 2003.Thus far I have taken 7 rolls of film with this camera.First off I found loading the film to be the easiest I have encountered.You just drop the film in, shut the door and the film sets itself.All of the features in this camera allows the photographer to take GREAT pictures.Every picture I took, using this camera, looked as though a professional had taken them.To get familiar with all of the features I purposely took pictures that utilized each feature.Again every picture came out GREAT!Close ups of people did not have the red-eye due to the Flip Flash feature.Photos I took of objects far away seemed a lot closer due to the Infinity feature.Photos I took at night looked as though they were taken in the day light due to the Night View feature.The 3 picture sizes also produced fabulous pictures.The Preview screen, on the back of the camera, came in handy for viewing the picture right away to make sure I got the shot I was after.I also like that I can set the date, time and event to print on the photo.I love this camera so much that I am trying to find one for several members of my family.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What I've Been Looking For!
    I absolutely love this camera!I was considering a digital camera but wasn't impressed with the clarity of the pictures, and yet I really wanted to send pictures to family via e-mail.This camera gives me the best of both worlds and for a lot less money! Read more


    5. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $149.99
    Asin: B00005AVBZ
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    With its 24-60mm lens (2.5x), the Kodak Advantix C750 camera lets you zoom in for intimate close-ups and back out again for group shots. For those occasions when you can't zoom out far enough, you can switch to panorama mode and capture that sweeping landscape or get the whole group. To ensure that you always know what your image will look like, the C750 uses a real-image viewfinder that works no matter what print format (C, H, or P) you're using. The handy midroll change feature lets you switch film cartridges at any time. This lets you share your camera, but keep your film separate; you can also switch between black-and-white and color film or organize your images by theme.Read more

    Features

    • Advanced 2.5x zoom lens
    • Flip Flash Plus (Top Flash Plus)
    • Versatile Mid-Roll Change (MRC)
    • Passive, Multi-spot autofocus

    Reviews (11)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
    As SuePDesigning1 wrote, I 2 purchased this camera based on the excellent reviews it received from my number 1 research tool and "bible"-Consumer Reports Magazine. I had the camera for approximately 3-4 years. It took wonderful pictures for a "point and shoot" camera. The picture quality was worth the extra price i paid for the specialized "Advantix" film. Pictures from this camera rivaled those I had previously taken with a 35mm camera and were tons better than those I took with throwaway cameras. I was proud to carry it with me. It fit into my purse very nicely and I could whip it out anytime the occasion arose 2 take a picture. My audiences just loved those pictures. When it stopped working in the middle of my picture-taking at an important event about 2 months ago, I too thought the battery needed to be replaced. We replaced the battery. About 2 weeks ago I was taking pictures and the camera stopped working again. Again we purchased a new battery thinking the 1 we had just purchased was bad;the camera still didn't work. Our experience to get some satisfaction from Kodak exactly mirrors the experience of SuePDesigning1;in fact,our stories are the same except we got mysteriously "disconnected" when 1 troubleshooter tried to transfer our call to another unit that may have been able to further assist us. Needless to say we were not beneficiaries of a coupon or a throway camera and we're left with all of this Advantix film. I was going 2 purchase another Kodak Advantix camera just to use the film but I think now I'll go with a reputable digital vendor. Thanks for letting me vent!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Would not recommend!!!
    I bought this camera 2 years ago based on the rave reviews I read here. I really liked the camera and felt that the picture quality was good, it was easy to use and despite a sluggish zoom I felt that overall I got a pretty good camera for the money. Rercently, I was taking pictures and the camera just stopped working. I put in fresh batteries. Still nothing. Bought more batteries thinking the ones I had were duds. The camera still refused to work. I checked the Kodak website for repair info, called the recommended company and was floored to find that the repair cost was going to start at the same price I PAID for the camera. The only way they would be willing to remove the film that was still inside would be if I had it fixed first!I wrote Kodak via email and received as their reply that the camera had only a 1 year warrantee but they were sending me a disposable camera and a coupon ($10) good for another Kodak camera. Had I known that I would be paying over $100 for a camera that would last for only 2 years I would have never purchased it in the first place.Speaking with local repair shops they have advised that the best customer service is with Canon and Olympus. My next camera will be from one of those two. I doubt I will ever consider any Kodak camera in the future.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the extra processing fees
    This is by far the best little camera I've owned. After losing my Pentax in a burglary, I searched for a compact, versatile replacement and decided, after reading the reviews, on the Advantix C750.I've taken about 8 rolls of film so far and been delighted with the results. Outdoor shots are perfect and I love being able to decide before each shot whether I need panoramic or "family" sized prints or just "regular" prints.The only photos which haven't been quite up to par are telephoto indoor pictures in less than great lighting ... these turned out somewhat grainy but I'm being very picky here. The compact sizing encourages me to carry the camera wherever I go.Even though the film and processing are a little more than with regular cameras, I am so pleased with the APS results that I still think it's a bargain.Although there are a great many "menu" features available, such as deciding right before the shot how many prints you will want of it, and adding a title right then and there, for most people the simplicity of use is what will appeal.It's pretty much idiot-proof, especially as the film winds itself on and off - no slipping possible. I highly recommend this camera for every day use. ... Read more


    6. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera w/ Zoom
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $79.99
    Asin: B000067A4Z
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Kodak's F620 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high-quality photos in everyday use. With its one-touch 2x zoom lens, you can quickly zoom in or out for that perfect shot. The camera has an advanced autofocus lens so you can snap pictures with ease. Stretch yourself creatively by choosing from three different print formats: classic, panoramic, or group format. The flash unit is automatic and has a mode that reduces annoying red eye in your photos. You can also manually turn the flash on or off for greater control.Read more

    Features

    • 30-60mm zoom lens takes portraits and group shots
    • Picture Quality Information Exchange (PQix)
    • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from any distance
    • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
    • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great, user friendly camera
    I've had a great experience with the Advantix F620.My favorite feature is it prints the date on the back of each photo.The zoom is awesome, and it has an auto shut-off if you forget and leave the camera on.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good
    I got this camera on sale so especially for the price I paid I feel like it's a great little camera. The picture quality is generally good, and it has quite a few features and it's user-friendly in every way. The only thing that it has done to bother me is get a little fuzzy on long-distance shots when you're using the zoom (w/o the zoom they're clear and close up zoom shots are very clear). But a higher speed film (at least 400) seems to minimize that problem. I am looking for a new camera b/c I want a more powerful zoom, but I will continue using this one as well, especially outdoors, for the panoramic mode.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Annoying delay
    Do not try to capture things that move - like kids.You push the button at the perfect moment and the camara takes the picture at least a full second afterwards.By that time the perfect moment is gone.I have so many pictures of my kids looking away because of this.Don't waste your money.This camara is terribly flawed! ... Read more


    7. Kodak MAX 35mm Single Use Cameras with Flash (2 Pack)
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $25.99 -- our price: $17.81
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005AQ53
    Sales Rank: 1455
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Power flash with automatic recharge
    • 4 to 14 foot flash range
    • Loaded with KODAK MAX Versatility Plus 800 speed film
    • Lightweight and compact
    • 27 exposure cameras per camera

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Simple to use giving great results!
    I bought one of these 2 Camera packs a few years ago. They were easy to use, the Flash worked everytime. The results produced nice Colorful Clear shots.Read more


    8. Kodak T550 Advantix APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $109.99
    Asin: B00004SA2Z
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The Kodak Advantix T550 autofocus camera offers an ultracompact design--one of the smallest cameras in its class.It offers fully automatic operation and shutter speeds ranging from 1/500 to 1/4 of a second.It offers an active 130-zone focus mechanism for clear shots every time, and five flash modes.The specially designed flash flips up to put extra distance between flash and lens to help eliminate red-eye problems, and flips down to turn off the camera and protect the lens.Read more

    Features

    • Ultracompact design with drop-in film loading
    • 3-element, all-glass 28mm lens
    • 130-zone active autofocus
    • Special flip-up flash with 5 modes reduces red eye
    • 3 print formats, date imprinting, and 5-language titling

    Reviews (12)

    1-0 out of 5 stars It was great until it broke
    Given, it had a hard life with my daughter on the road with Drum and Bugle corp.But it did the same thing as several people remarked about on several different models:it was working and then it broke for no reason.You think it's batteries, but with brand new batteries no go.I'm wondering if I should even buy another Advantix.This problem seems to cover more than one model.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A little Gem of a Camera
    I bought one of these little APS cameras on a whim right after Christmas about 2 years ago when the price was reduced ... I was having lots of trouble with my fancy and expensive Nikon Nuvis 120i APS so I needed another camera for all the APS film that I had. The ... Nikon took terrible pictures and I figured this camera had to do a little bit better. Boy, was I wrong! It takes great pictures! I carried it all over Europe last summer in my pants pocket while I watched other photographers lugging around their thousand dollar SLR's. No one ever knew I had a camera 'till I pulled it out, flipped up the lens cover (which doubles as a flash) and started snapping away. About the only feature it doesn't have is a zoom lens (which I would rarely use anyway).2-0 out of 5 stars Good camera at first.. before it broke.
    I've had this camera for about a year and a half. After less than a year, I began to have problems. First of all, it would overwind the film to where the film would read "developed" when it had just come out of the camera. This created problems for the developing center because they thought I had already developed the film. So, I just lived with this problem for a while since I was still able to develop the film. Read more

    Subjects:  1. Automatic Focus    2. Camera    3. T 550   


    9. Kodak Black & White Single Use Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $11.99
    Asin: B000089SF6
    Sales Rank: 317
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Make any picture a classic
    • Loaded with 400 speed Black and White film
    • 12 foot flash range
    • 27 exposures

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent pictures, but not for everybody.
    I work at a professional photofinishing lab, and I can attest to the quality of the film inside this camera.The Kodak Black & White OTUC performs comparably to the Kodak HQ Max Versatility camera; it produces a high-quality image in most situations.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Basic / no frills / good
    Highly recommended for anyone who wants just a taste of black & white film. I purchased this item as a experiment into the realm of film after years of work with digital. The flavor of prints from film is distinctly different from that of digital, and I would encourage anyone who is very familiar with digital, but not film to purchase a disposable camera just to experiance the difference.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic results from a camera that costs <$10
    Lets start this off by saying this is a sub $10 disposable camera.
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    10. Kodak Max 35mm Single Use Camera w/ Flash
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $14.99
    Asin: B00004SU73
    Sales Rank: 5544
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 27-exposure disposable camera
    • Loaded with Kodak MAX 800 film for all lighting conditions
    • Sleek, contemporary design
    • No-slip grip
    • Built-in flash is easy to use and recharges automatically

    Reviews (6)

    4-0 out of 5 stars A pretty good camera if you don't want the expense of a much more expensive one...
    I have used these cameras many times on vacation and the pictures really DID come out fairly well! Oh, sure, the quality of the pictures won't be 100% as good as the pictures you would get from a digital camera or a standard, more expensive and more professional 35 mm camera. The pictures may at times be slightly grainy but they provide excellent records and memories of my experiences.
    1-0 out of 5 stars Not Recommended...get the 400 speed Kodak Single Use
    I've never had problems with these Kodak Single Use cameras in the past, but this one is awful. My pictures had terrible detail and were slightly blurry.Get the 400 speed single use cameras which are better for all situations. The other bad thing is that the flash,once charged will flash in any condition..even in the sun.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Even in today's digital world, there's still a niche
    It's happened to everyone--you get to an event and realize that you've left that nice new digital camera on your kitchen table. Tough luck. But there's a place selling Kodak disposable cameras right around the corner. You wonder to yourself if it's worth it to pick one up.
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    11. Kodak MAX HQ One Time Use Camera (2 Pack)
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $25.99 -- our price: $13.94
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000066HUC
    Sales Rank: 494
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    Features

    • Best Lens: Specially designed EKTANAR lens captures images that are sharp and clear
    • Best Flash: Simple-to-use Sure Flash charges at the touch of a button, then flashes every time.
    • Best Pictures: For clearly the best pictures, use the best-in-class-Kodak Max HQ Flash Camera
    • Two Pack for value and convenience
    • Contains Kodak MAX 800 Film, 27 Exposures Each

    12. Kodak C700 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $189.99
    Asin: B00004SA31
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The C700 Advantix camera from Kodak is an Advanced Photo System camera with a 30-60mm motorized zoom lens that captures portrait, group, and panoramic shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and infrared autofocusing let you take photos from 2 feet and beyond.An automatic pop-up flash fires automatically in low-light situations.Read more

    Features

    • Advanced Photo System format with easy point-and-shoot operation
    • 30 to 60mm motorized zoom lens takes portraits and group and panoramic shots
    • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from 2 feet to infinity
    • Automatic flip-up flash fires in low-light situations
    • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

    Reviews (20)

    5-0 out of 5 stars BEST camera I have ever bought
    I have the Kodak C700 Advantix camera now for about 4 yrs. I absolutely LOVE it and would not trade it in for anything (not even a digital camera).
    5-0 out of 5 stars Versatile and dependable APS camera
    I purchased this camera mainly for the camera size and panoramic feature. The option to switch from C (classic-4x6), H (group-HDTV-4x7) - default size, or P (panoramic-4x11.5) formats at anytime is great. The features are very simple, but this camera packs a lot into its small size. The "flash fill" feature works well. The flash bulb placement seems to reduce the red-eye as advertised. The self-timer has a delay of 10 seconds. Loading and unloading the film cassette couldn't be easier, especially with the mid-roll change feature. You can also view the film speed on the display at a few presses of a button. There are onscreen messages on the LCD display that tell you "FLASH NOT READY" or "MOVE BACK". The frame counter indicates how many exposures you have left.5-0 out of 5 stars Crisp and clear - without fear!
    The C700 is one of the few Advantix cameras that will allow you to change film mid-roll!It is unbelievable how convenient this is when you want to take a black&white photo but the camera has colour film in it (of course you need to have the black&white roll of film on hand).My poor camera has been kicked, dropped and abused over its life of traveling with me and has never failed; not one crack, not one bad picture, nothing!All of the controls are easy to use and clearly marked.Read more

    Subjects:  1. Camera    2. C 700   


    13. Kodak Max HQ 35mm Single Use Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $15.99
    Asin: B000050ZE2
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The Kodak Max HQ one-time-use camera gives the user bright and colorfulpictures across a wide range of lighting conditions. This point-and-shoot cameracomes equipped with a 30mm aspheric lens, just like the one used in Kodak's KB35mm cameras, to deliver sharp pictures from a variety of picture-takingconditions. The Max HQ's design and overall picture quality make it among thebest of the single-use cameras. ... Read more

    Features

    • 1012

    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Quality.The closest you can get to going pro for under $20.
    I work at a professional photofinishing lab, and I can attest to the quality of the film inside this camera.The Kodak HQ Max Versatility camera is the highest-quality single-use camera available on the market.It produces a high-quality image in most situations.
    2-0 out of 5 stars Overated and Overpriced
    Unfortunately Kodak seem to spend a small fortune making their Disposable Camera's look Sleek and Trendy. However the Photos always turn out very Average despite being loaded with so called High Quality Kodak Max 400 Film.1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this piece of junk!
    We bought two of these for our first trip to NYC. The pictures were grainy, washed out and just plain awful. We bought the more expensive cameras thinking the pictures would be even better than the cheaper one time cameras. We were so wrong. I contacted Kodak's customer service and they said it was either the photographer or the developer. Then they generously mailed me a $2 off coupon to buy another. As if I will buy another one of their cameras!!I will never use another Kodak product after the treatment I received from their customer service. ... Read more


    14. Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $195.99
    Asin: B00004XQPK
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Kodak's first ultracompact, weatherproof camera, the Advantix T700 zoom camera is constructed with multiple rubber seals around the control buttons, film and battery doors, and the lens to keep moisture out of the body and the lens. This lets you shoot outside in any weather, and the camera's rubberized surface provides a sure grip. The pop-up flash is farther from the lens to reduce red eye. A sturdy lens cover acts as the camera's on/off switch.Read more

    Features

    • Weatherproof construction
    • Panorama mode
    • Small and durable
    • Red-eye reduction
    • Mid-roll change, mid-roll rewind

    Reviews (15)

    4-0 out of 5 stars indestructible camera!
    This is a great little camera-- the pictures are good quality, (not great, but darn good), & it is virtually indestructible. I've had mine for three years now & it's been dropped, kicked, left in the rain & it still works like I bought it yesterday. It's perfect for people who always break their cameras or if you anticipate lots of hard use, but is not for those looking for professional quality pics.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
    I really liked this camera the first year I had it.The pictures were good, it was very convenient... but a few days after the one year warranty had expired, the camera started to rewind the film after just one or two pictures and sometimes freeze up (the lens wouldn't retract).It is currently at a repair shop.Another downside is the high cost of APS film and development.

    1-0 out of 5 stars i hate this camera
    I took this camera with me on many a college a adventure and after shooting 3 roles that got progressively worse I'm fed up with this shoddy crap. the only pictures that come out are indoors with decent artifical light and outdoors, but not bright. It won't take pictures in the dark, they shouldn't even tempt you with the different shutter options, none work. I even sent my camera in after the lcd broke. they wouldn't replace it but they did send me back a role of test pictures that for some reason were all perfectly developed, i wish i knew what camera they used... ... Read more


    15. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $149.99
    Asin: B00006HMEW
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    With its 24-60mm lens (2.5x), the Kodak Advantix C750 camera lets you zoom in for intimate close-ups and back out again for group shots. For those occasions when you can't zoom out far enough, you can switch to panorama mode and capture that sweeping landscape or get the whole group. Read more

    Features

    • Features a real-image viewfinder that works in any print format: C, H, or P
    • With its 24-60mm lens (2.5x), the Kodak Advantix C750 camera lets you zoom in for intimate close-ups
    • Flip-up flash sits up far enough from the lens to help reduce the red-eye effect

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars :-\
    The pictures have been quite good, but.... The camera malfunctioned within the first 3 months of use and had to be sent in for repair. My other complaint is that the battery life is really short. The battery generally lasts for 3-4 rolls of film. In my opinion, that is bad. I am careful to keep the camera "off" when not in use and it has been handled with care. I think it's time I went digial anyway. :-\

    4-0 out of 5 stars Lightweight, sharp pics, different modes, but construction??
    I purchased this camera for my parents for an upcoming vacation they were going to take.The overall impression was that it was Kodak, came with a better than average zoom feature, provided different modes of APS picture taking and came with numerous rolls of film.5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera for a great price
    I received this camera as a Christmas gift last year.I had done research on the internet and knew I wanted an APS camera with zoom capability.At the time, this camera was very hard to find.Read more


    16. Kodak Advantix T20 APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $29.99
    Asin: B000089GF7
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    Editorial Review

    Kodak's extremely affordable T20 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high quality photos. The camera's fixed focus lens has keeps objects as close as 3.3 feet away in sharp clarity while the flash effectively lights up to 13 feet. The shutter speed ranges from 1/60 to 1/250 seconds to accommodate a wide range of subjects and lighting situations.Read more

    Features

    • Fixed focus system
    • 24mm hybrid lens
    • Flash fires in low-light situations
    • LCD panel clearly displays shooting mode
    • Timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots

    17. Kodak C470 Advantix APS Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $79.99
    Asin: B00006424N
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    Editorial Review

    Kodak's C470 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high-quality photos in everyday use. The camera focuses automatically and you can take photos in classic, panoramic, or group format. The flip-up flash unit is automatic and reduces the annoying red eye in your photos. You can also manually turn the flash on or off for greater control.Read more

    Features

    • Advanced autofocus system captures photos in classic, panoramic, or group format
    • 25mm all-glass lens
    • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
    • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging
    • Timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots

    18. Kodak KB28 35mm Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $35.99
    Asin: B00004SA33
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The KB28 camera from Kodak features a 35mm lens that captures portrait and group shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and the automatic flash let you snap better-exposed pictures indoors and out. The flash also reduces shadows outdoors in bright sunlight and reduces red-eye. The sliding lens cover protects the lens from dust and scratches and acts as an on/off switch for the camera.Read more

    Features

    • 35mm point-and-shoot camera
    • Aspheric lens for sharper pictures
    • Automatic flash fires every time
    • Large viewfinder for easy shot framing
    • Auto-off feature conserves battery

    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Camera
    I received this camera as a present, probably becuase of its inexpensive price.From the very beginning I had problems with it.It is difficult to load, and you can not turn the flash on or off.Half the time it doesn't rewind, and other times it does.The film compartment opens by itself, ruining all of my pictures.I have wasted FOUR WHOLE rolls of used film one way or the other.Today, I am buying a new one becuase I just threw this one against my wall.2-0 out of 5 stars Lacking a button to activate / deactivate its built-in flash
    Since it lacks a button to activate or deactivate its built-in flash, it flashes even you're taking pictures in bright sunny conditions.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Okay as long as you know that everything is controled byhand
    This is a pretty good little camera but do keep in mind you have to do almost everything by hand.It has a quick flash and is very inexpensive.Just remember that you have to wind it between pictures and to put the film in and out. ... Read more

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    19. Kodak Advantix T70 APS Camera w/ Zoom
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $79.99
    Asin: B000089GJY
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    Editorial Review

    The slickly designed Kodak T80 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high quality photos. Sporting a 2x (30-60mm) zoom lens, the camera also has an autofocus system that keeps objects as close as 2 feet in sharp detail and a flash that lights up to 14 feet away. You can manually set the flash to fill, off, infinity, and a special night mode. Shutter speed ranges from 1/4 to 1/360 seconds to accommodate a various subjects and lighting situations.Read more

    Features

    • 2x zoom lens (30-60mm) with autofocus system
    • Real image viewfinder for accurate framing
    • Several flash settings for different light situations
    • Self-timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots
    • Use with ISO 50 to 1600 film

    20. Kodak Max Outdoor 35mm Single Use Camera
    by Kodak
    Electronics
    list price: $10.99
    Asin: B00004SGB9
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The Kodak Max outdoor camera is a single-use point-and-click camera that takes sharp photos in bright light. It comes preloaded with a 27-exposure roll of Kodak Max 35mm film. When the roll is full, simply drop off the camera for processing. The Kodak Max is fully recyclable. ... Read more

    Features

    • Single-use point-and-shoot camera
    • Takes sharp pictures in bright light
    • Fixed focus
    • Recyclable
    • Loaded with 27-exposure roll of Kodak Max 35mm film

    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Generally not worth the savings; go for the flash.
    I work at a professional photofinishing lab, and I can attest to the quality of the film inside this camera.The Kodak Max Outdoor camera produces mediocre results in all but the brightest of sunlight.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Might want to go for the flash version instead
    I know this one is $3.00 less than the flash version, but I think you'll like the quality of the pictures with the flash disposable better.You canuse the flash for outdoor pictures as well as for indoor ones, and theytend to come out better.Plus you have the option of using it indoors atthe end of the day.Reasonable picture quality *for the price* - if youwanna take photos for National Geographic, you'll need to pay a bit morethan $6.00 for your camera!:) ... Read more

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