Fujifilm QuickSnap Disposable Camera

Fujifilm QuickSnap Single Use Camera
Rating: ★★★☆☆
27 exposure 400 iso film with flash
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Of all 8 of the disposable cameras we reviewed, the QuickSnap is the easiest to use.

It’s the smallest and has a practical flash switch that allows you to keep the flash on. All the other cameras we reviewed you need to press the button to charge the flash for every shot but this camera you can keep the flash constantly on by pushing the flash with up which will glow red when ready.

Having a good flash is important for this camera because has finer grain 400 iso film which means need the flash for the lower lit scene, unlike the 800 iso cameras. The QuickSnap is best used in open daylight with no flash or in low light with flash. Its colors are nearly as pleasant as the rest – it often goes magenta for skin tones and whites. If you’re looking for a cheap daylight camera that excels for landscapes this camera would be a great choice. Fuji also has the best selling waterproof disposable camera. If you’re in a situation that exposing the camera to wet environments, while the quality isn’t as good as the FujiFilm QuickSnap, consider the FujiFilm QuickSnap Waterproof

Fujifilm QuickSnap Disposable Camera

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The FujiFilm QuickSnap Flash is like all single use cameras with a simple plastic lens, manual film advance, and 27 exposures. This was the easiest-to-use camera we tested.

As with all cameras, to take a photo by advancing the film with the thumbwheel until it won’t turn anymore, look through the viewfinder and click the shutter button at the top. Use the flash on dark days, deep shadows, or indoors. Activate the Last by pushing the button on the front (There’s only one button and it has a bolt-on it). Hold the button until the red dot on the top turns red, indicating the flash is ready. The flash is good from about 3′ to 12′ (1m to 4m)

These little cameras are about as easy to use as it gets for the film. The film is already loaded, all you do is advance the film via thumbwheel until it won’t turn anymore, then simply look through the viewfinder and take a snap. If you want a little fill flash, just push the button up on the front of the camera until the pop-up plastic piece turns red, which means the flash is ready.

  • Film type: 135 (35mm film)
  • Lens: Plastic 32mm, 1 m to inf.
  • Shutter speed range: 1/140 sec.
  • Viewfinder: Inverted Galilean-type plastic
  • Flash: built-in, effective range 1 m – 4 m
  • Exposure Modes: flash on manually
  • Focusing: fixed focus
  • Film advance: thumb-wheel
  • Battery: built-in
  • Weight: 90 g
  • Dimensions: – 115(W) X 54(H) X 34(D) mm