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Kodak ultra compact single use camera

Kodak ultra compact single use camera - New design provides stylish single use camera to take great pictures, anytime, anywhere.

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Kodak Ultra Compact single use cameras
Kodak ultra compact single use camera
Press Release:
The newest must have in any bag this season, whether it be a purse, backpack, gym bag or satchel, is the new Kodak Ultra Compact Single Use Camera. With a simple, clean and modern design and silver-coloured body, consumers can feel confident pulling this camera out of their bag, and looking stylish while never missing a shot, even when a more expensive camera isn’t available. This improved design, combined with the Kodak Ektanar Lens and Kodak's 800-speed film, deliver the same high definition pictures with unbeatable clarity of any 800-speed single use camera that consumers have come to expect from Kodak Ultra Compact Cameras.

“The new Ultra Compact Camera is an ideal complement to a digital picture-taking experience,” said Julian Baust, Chairman & Managing Director, Kodak Limited. “With its sleek new design, it provides an alternative that’s as attractive as it is functional. Easy-to-use, stylish and reliable, consumers can pull it out on the slopes, at a formal gathering, or at a children’s birthday party and capture great pictures.”

Consumers believe that single use cameras represent a great alternative to expensive cameras to capture quality images. While many consumers own expensive cameras, they still turn to single use cameras as an alternative. Reasons cited by consumers include:
  • More expensive camera not available
  • Full memory card or dead battery
  • Worry about exposing expensive cameras to the elements, whether those elements are snow, sand, or rain
  • Worry about young children damaging a more expensive camera

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RipleyExile e2
11 1.6k 17 England
3 Apr 2007 2:04PM
"consumers can pull it out on the slopes, at a formal gathering, or at a children’s birthday party"

:-O

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RipleyExile e2
11 1.6k 17 England
3 Apr 2007 2:06PM
I would certainly hope that development and printing is included in the £9.99 price tag.
4 Apr 2007 5:03PM
Vee_Enn 10 100 England
5 Apr 2007 8:05AM
"Worry about exposing expensive cameras to the elements, whether those elements are snow, sand, or rain
"

I bought a Tesco's waterproof disp. camera for half the price.

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