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Kodak 35mm Camera

Frustrated with Today's Digital Cameras? Just Point and Click This Old-Fashioned 35mm Kodak

Kodak 35mm Camera

Frustrated with Today's Digital Cameras? Just Point and Click This Old-Fashioned 35mm Kodak


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You want high quality photos you can hold in your hand and could do without fussing with the digital world. This simple-to-use, reusable 35mm camera made by Kodak is compact, focuses for you, and features automatic flash and red-eye reduction, motorized loading advance, quick rewinding, and sliding lens cover. Includes one roll of 24-exposure film and 2 AAA batteries. 5"x3".

  • Automatic focus
  • Automatic flash and red-eye reduction
  • Motorized loading advance
  • Sliding lens cover
  • Includes one roll of film and 2 AAA batteries

Reuse this simple, old-fashioned, 35mm camera for super sharp pictures every time.

Kodak 35mm Camera

Materials

Plastic

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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Thank Heaven Last year my old 35mm camera died after 16 faithful years of duty on vacations, etc. The new-fangled cameras required more attention than I could muster. Then I saw your ad for the Kodak and my heart skipped a happy beat of nostalgia.. Thanks for keeping the good old stuff available for us old folks. Sincerely, Janet Wilson January 13, 2013
Old Fashion Camera Sometimes you just don't want to use your smartphone to take a picture. It is great that you can still find a real camera and take real pictures. No downloading or uploading needed! Thanks for offering this camera and the film for it, too! January 2, 2013
Easy to use just what my husband needs. My husband has been looking for a simple non digital camera for the last two years. I found this camera in your catalogue and decided that it was just the ticket for him for a Christmas gift. He can now enjoy taking pictures again. December 29, 2012
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