This camera the Kodak MAX is acceptable and will do a good job for basic snapshot type photographs.
I found this camera at a yard sale for one dollar, so I bought it to give it a try. I was planning a trip to the Caribbean and knew sunlight would not be a problem for this camera with the fast ISO 800 film. This camera will easily shoot in most all situations, from full sun, overcast and deep shadows.
The Kodak Max single use camera comes loaded with Kodak ISO 800, 27 exposures film. For those who love grain, this Kodak 35mm One-Time-Use Disposable Camera comes pre-loaded with Kodak ISO-800 speed film, so It is a bit grainy. The Kodak MAX features a built-in manual flash, which can be used to light up the scene when more light is required and for fill flash.
This single-use Kodak MAX camera is lightweight and compact, it is ideal for indoor and outdoor use.
The down side, this camera will not do double exposures or F-stop, shutter speeds controls, so not much wiggle room for experimentation. Having said this, I think the Kodak MAX single use camera is acceptable.
Photo of Camera and box source from here.
written by blue-dog on 2011-08-17 in #reviews #kodak-35mm #kodak-single-use-800 #kodak #single-use-camera #lomography #kodak-film #disposable-camera #asa-400 #one-time-use #user-review #flash #iso-400