Fujifilm QuickSnap Flash Disposable Camera iso 400 – 27 Exposures

$12.50

  • ISO 800 Color Negative Film
  • Built-In Flash with 14′ Range
  • Automatic Flash Recharge, 5 Sec Recycle
  • Manual On/Off Flash Switch
  • Fixed-Focus Wide-Angle Lens
  • Optical Viewfinder
  • Ideal For Outdoor and Indoor Conditions
  • Convenient One-Time-Use Design

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The “new” FUJICOLOR QuickSnap SUPERIA is a one-time-use camera featuring unsurpassed all-around performance levels in the FUJICOLOR QuickSnap category.

Its features are described below.

(1) Easier-to-see-through Viewfinder The size of the viewfinder for the “new” QuickSnap SUPERIA is larger and its magnifying power is 1.2 times higher than the current QuickSnap Flash. When users look into the viewfinder, the photographic subject looks much larger and more natural. This allows them to compose images more closely to how they actually see them.

(2) Slide Flash Switch and Flash-ready Light Indicator When the electronic flash is switched on, a flash-ready indicator pops up from the top of the camera and lights, indicating that a flash picture can be taken. It stays lit up until the flash switch is moved to the “OFF” position.

(3) Designed for Easy Handling The grip is optimally designed, allowing the camera to be held comfortably for smooth operation along with easy and quiet winding.

(4) Larger and More Legible Exposure Counter The display of the exposure counter is now larger, making it easier to check the remaining number of exposures.

(5) Fast Shutter Speed At 1/140 second, this camera’s shutter speed is one of the fastest in the QuickSnap camera series, further minimizing blurring caused by hand or subject movement.

Package Weight 0.38 lbs
Package Dimensions 5.2 x 3.3 x 1.9 in
Manufacturer

Fujifilm

Lens

Not specified

Film Speed

400 – 27 exposures

Flash

Yes

Package Weight

0.38 lb

Box Dimensions (LxWxH)

5.2 x 3.3 x 1.9″

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