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Kodak 8004707 Sport Disposible Camera, 27 Exposure, Waterproof up to 50-Feet

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  • Divers and snorklers, capture the vibrancy of life 50 feet underwater
  • No blurry pictures from sunscreen smudges; Avoid scratches from sand and snow that can ruin pictures.
  • Rugged, durable, shock-proof rubber shell.
  • Great for bumpy rides and rocky trails.
  • Stocked with Kodak MAX Versatility Plus 800 Film

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 11.9 x 5.3 cm ; 68 g
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Batteries Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 8004707
  • ASIN: B0000D80D3
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 14 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,715 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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A One-Time-Use camera made to survive where a regular camera won't! Made with a rugged, durable and shock-proof frame; waterproof down to 50 ft. (15 m); scratch-resistant lens, this disposable camera can be used in virtually any outdoor land or water situation. Kodak MAX Versatility Plus Film brings picture quality to a new level by combining the color quality, fine detail and picture clarity of lower-speed films with the benefits of higher speed films. This film delivers extra sharpness and unsurpassed fine grain (among 800-speed films) for crisper, clearer pictures, even when enlarged. Kodak MAX Versatility Plus Film produces consistently bright, vibrant colors across a wide range of lighting conditions. It provides accurate skin-tone reproduction for natural-looking "people pictures."

From the Manufacturer

Survives where your regular camera won't!

  • Rugged, durable, shock-proof rubber shell
    Great for bumpy rides and rocky trails. Roller coaster anyone?
  • Waterproof up to 50 feet
    Divers and snorklers, capture the vibrancy of life 50 feet underwater!
  • Sunscreen- and scratch-resistant lens
    No blurry pictures from sunscreen smudges. Avoid scratches from sand and snow that can ruin pictures.
  • Maximum versatility plus 800 film
    Our best film for fast action adventure pictures!



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By Sass on March 1 2012
Facile à utiliser. Étanche à 100%. Photos très nettes. Facile à manipuler. Je l'ai échappé par terre et il a fonctionné quand même. Satisfait en tous point
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa2740414) out of 5 stars 110 reviews
203 of 206 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa27d651c) out of 5 stars Go for the Fuji Jan. 29 2005
By Hey Mo!! - Published on Amazon.com
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I tried several cameras on a recent dive trip, including a Kodak and a Fuji disposable waterproof camera.

Neither camera has a flash, which means that everything will come out in shades of blue under water unless you bring your own light.

Neither camera leaked, which gave them an edge over more expensive "professional" cameras on this trip.

Both the Kodak and Fuji look very similar with a sealed plastic case (with slight positive buoyancy) and thick rubberbands for securing to a wrist or clipping to a BCD.

I have to give the edge to the Fuji in terms of both design and results. The Fuji was easier to wind and to snap shots with and the pictures came out sharper. The 800 film in the Kodak produced shots that were way too grainy.
67 of 69 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa27d6540) out of 5 stars No enough sunlight under 10m,,, no flash either :-( July 25 2003
By R. Mufti - Published on Amazon.com
This camera looks really good and promising. Although Kodak says it could down to 50ft, the camera itself has the phrase "max 35ft or 10m" written on it. But we reached 60ft and nothing happened to it. It didn't break or leak! It also is a little bit buoyant, which means it won't sink if dropped, instead it will ascend.
It has two disadvantages; the first is its lack to a flash. There isn't much sunlight under 35ft of sea water and so the photos turned out a little too dark and bluish. After color correction the photos turned so pale and spotted. The pictures taken above 20ft were awesome. The second disadvantage is that the camera's eye lens it too small for someone who is wearing a diving mask (goggle).
The camera doesn't lose its color to the eye even under 60ft since it is blue. And it has a place where a rope or a nylon tape can be tied to it so it can be attached to the diving jacket (BCD).
It is not perfect, but it's the best.
56 of 60 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa27d65a0) out of 5 stars No flash no big deal? Nov. 19 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
My wife and I bought this camera at the last minute to take with us to Hawaii for our honeymoon. We went snorkeling in Molikini (who hasn't?) and I have to say 3 things about this camera that have been mentioned already but need to be taken into serious consideration.
1. Price - A $10 waterproof disposable camera is very reasonable. I think for the price this camera is everything it is suppossed to be. The charter we went on the snorkeling trip with was renting $400 cameras with all the bells and whistles for $20 and $10 per roll of film.
2. Flash - For a snorkeling trip, and staying close to the surface I have to say this camera didn't do too bad. The colors were a bit blueish but nothing that I can't live with. As far as my 25 foot dive down to a turtle to get a picture, I shouldn't have wasted the picture, it is dark and blurry without a flash.
3. Eye Piece - This is a big pain to use with goggles. I eventually stopped trying to aim and just started snapping pictures. I would have to say that to be able to take clear photos underwater this camera needs a bigger eye piece.
Overall I was satisfied with this camera but to tell you the truth I wish I would have rented the camera from the boat with the flash (if only for the picture of me and a giant turtle).
28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6b0f948) out of 5 stars Not bad for under 10 bucks Aug. 19 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I used 2 of these cameras on vacation in Aruba. I took one down to 85ft with no problems. There is no flash so you better have great visibility or there will be no pictures. The camera is bouyant so you also need to use the rubber band tether that comes with it. I did not put it in my BC pocket for fear that it would come out and rush to the surface. But it was fine on my wrist.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa27d6630) out of 5 stars Excellent quality, and provides vital insurance if you will be near water. Aug. 29 2006
By Josh S. Zerin - Published on Amazon.com
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.

There is no flash on the camera (though using a flash underwater can produce unpredictable and sometimes undesirable effects), so do not plan on using it in low-light situations.

Film does not like to get wet, and accidentally dropping your camera in water could mean that all the pictures you just took are lost forever. So even if you don't plan on taking your camera physically underwater on your family boating expedition, you might still want to consider purchasing a Water & Sport camera as insurance against "splash damage".

If you need a flash, or if you plan to take pictures at depths greater than 50 feet, you'll need to consider a professional underwater camera or camera housing.