35mm Film Camera - Kodak Tri-X Single Use BW Camera
Kodak Tri-X 35mm BW Single Use Camera!
From documenting editorial images to everyday moments, Kodak's new single-use camera makes it simple to capture beautiful photos – even for amateur photographers.
It’s pre-loaded with 27 exposures of the classic Kodak Professional TRI-X 400TX film and designed with automatic Power Flash that recharges to take the worry out of taking photos indoors.
When should I use the flash?
For best results, use the flash for any indoor photography. To shoot an indoor portrait, the ideal flash range is 1 meter (3 feet).
What about outdoor photography?
The TRI-X 400 single use camera will respond best to daylight and sunlit scenes.
Where should I go for B&W processing and printing?
Your TRI-X 400 Single Use Camera can be processed, printed and scanned at https://thedarkroom.com/product/disposable-cameras/ or any lab that develops B&W film.
Can I process the film in my home darkroom?
Sure. It is fairly easy to remove the exposed film roll from the camera by removing the film door. To avoid the risk of electrical shock, do not attempt to disassemble the camera. For Tri-X development times click over to https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
Are Single Use Cameras Recycled?
The good news is YES. Kodak brand labs, TheDarkroom.com and most other labs collect and recycle single-use plastic cameras. Per TheDarkroom.com/Kodak Single Use Camera Recycling, Camera Recycling at WasteConnect.co.uk and many other sources, the recycling rate for these cameras is now more than 70 percent in the United States and about 60 percent worldwide.
Sample photos by Leslie Lazenby - Leslie on Flickr