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161. Jazz Photo Wedding 4-Pack 35mm
$129.99 $119.95 list($189.99)
162. Canon Sure Shot 150u Automatic
163. Canon Sureshot 85 Zoom 35mm Camera
164. Canon Elph 370Z APS Camera Kit
165. Fujifilm Big Viewfinder 60AF Date
$85.99 list($129.99)
166. Samsung MAXIMA 120Ti Standard
167. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD
168. Kodak F600 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
$34.99 list($59.99)
169. Kodak Advantix T60 APS Camera
$10.99 $7.95 list()
170. Kodak PlusDigital Single Use Camera
Too low to display $69.95 list($109.99)
171. Canon Sure Shot80u 35mm Date Camera
$149.99 list($79.99)
172. Canon Sure Shot WP-1 Weatherproof
$90.99 list($99.99)
173. Olympus STYLUS-EPICQD KIT Stylus
$109.98 list($139.99)
174. Fujifilm Nexia 265ix Z Zoom APS
$139.88 list($239.95)
175. Vivitar V3800N Manual SLR Camera
$88.00 list($250.99)
176. Pentax Efina T APS Zoom Camera
$9.99 $8.99
177. Fujifilm Quick Snap Panoramic
$279.88 $209.99 list()
178. NIKON N75QD 35MM Autofocus SLR
$59.95 list($100.99)
179. Polaroid Spectra 1200i Instant
$119.95 list($159.99)
180. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Zoom 35mm

161. Jazz Photo Wedding 4-Pack 35mm Single Use Cameras with Flash
by Jazz Photo
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B0000664I3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Jazz Photo
Sales Rank: 6404
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  • Kit contains 4 single-use cameras with flash
  • Each camera comes pre-loaded with 27 exposures
  • 108 total exposures
  • ISO 400 film for great shots indoors or outdoors
  • Fixed-focus lens, built-in flash

162. Canon Sure Shot 150u Automatic Compact 35mm Film Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $189.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001NBHJ4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2810
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • 38-150mm, f/5.6-11 Canon zoom lens
  • Smart Autofocus measures the distance to a subject and let you take sharp, precisely focused images
  • Passive Autofocus, selects 3 points from 7 focusing points as lens is zoomed
  • Focusing Range -0.8m / 2.6 ft. to infinity (Wide-angle), 1.0m / 3.3 ft. to infinity (Telephoto), 0.6m / 2 ft. to infinity (Close-up)
  • Program AutoExposure modes including Night and Action modes

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy Canon 150u
Viewfinder blocks the view. Faulty design. Do not buy this. Canon must stop making this camera. Recommendation to amazon to not carry it, as you will surely get customer returns ... Read more

163. Canon Sureshot 85 Zoom 35mm Camera
by Canon
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B000028EHF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 3472
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Canon SureShot 85 Zoom Date makes high-performance photography simple and affordable. The powerful 38 to 85mm (2.2x) f/4.2 to 8.7 zoom lens and built-in five-mode flash with red-eye reduction cover a wide variety of shooting situations. A sophisticated three-point, 280-step Smart Autofocus system identifies and precisely focuses main subjects. A large mode dial easily controls all flash and timer settings, while two oversized buttons allow users to quickly adjust zoom ratios. Easy-to-see green and orange LED indicators in the viewfinder inform users of OK-to-shoot and warning conditions. The built-in lens cap opens and closes automatically for fuss-free protection. Overall, the Canon SureShot 85 offers a great selection of advanced point-and-shoot features at an affordable price. ... Read more


  • 2.2x zoom lens
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • 3-point, 280-step Smart Autofocus
  • Large mode dial for simplified operation
  • Fully Automatic features including film loading

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Gift
I bought this camera for my father. He loves gadgets and photography, but has been unable to use his SLR cameras since his stroke. The two huge buttons that control zoom are perfect for him. Very intuitive. Very convenient. Takes great pictures! He loves it. Why only 4 stars? APS film capability would make it 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Satisfied Customer Review
I brought this camera sometime in July/August 2000. I have been using this camera for more than 2 years now. I tested it first when I went to Disneyland, LA. The pictures were awesome. I even got some great pictures of the Fireworks at the Cindrella castle. This camera is a beautiful piece and the pictures come fantastic.

The features are great. The zoom in / zoom out button on the front are more ergonomic and easier to use than the other ( Olumpus ) camera''s. It has all the features you might need for your everyday picture needs. Panoramic view and the other some times used features are missing, but I never bothered for them too. Day and Night time pictures come fantastic. I had a SLR camera earlier and this camera gavis me sharp and nice pictures just like the SLR camera. Mine had a date feature which is also very very easy to set/change.

Batttery life is excellent.

In sumary, I got what i was looking for. Its an excellent camera and I am really happy with this piece.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lost Memories
I gave my wife a Sureshot 85 for Christmas. The picture quality was fair. The subjects were ghostly white from a flash that was too strong. We took pictures of my daughters first ski lessons. The camera would not work with the lens fully extended. All pictures taken with the lens extended were blurred. The same thing happened at my daughters birthday party the following week. The pictures were blurred or undstinguishable at any setting when the zoom lens was used. I'm loking for a new camera. It won't be a Canon!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Camera
I really do like this camera. The zoom features are easy to use and the different flash settings are a big help. The only drawback? NO DATE STAMP! I ordered this even though another reviewer had said each time you change the battery you have to reset the date. There is no date function on it.

Otherwise it would be a five!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Point and Click Camera
Its more than 2 years and countless rolls of films since I bought this camera. And I am very happy with this camera. The photos that I are much better than my older Pentax. I am getting very clear pictures. I have used this camera in at least 5 vacations and the pictures have always come out very well. I am very happy with this camcorder and would recommend it to you. ... Read more

164. Canon Elph 370Z APS Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $200.00
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Asin: B00000G20L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2345
Average Customer Review: 3.57 out of 5 stars
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The ELPH 370Z provides all the advantages of the Advanced Photo System in an ultracompact, lightweight package with a powerful 3x zoom. Canon's original 3-point hybrid autofocus delivers precise focusing under a broad range of shooting conditions, even when the subject is off-center. A built-in flash with red-eye reduction adapts to a wide range of lighting conditions. The ELPH 370Z delivers crisp, colorful images with a minimum of fuss. ... Read more


  • 3x zoom lens
  • Ultracompact stainless steel body
  • Built-in slide-out flash with red-eye reduction
  • 3-point autofocus
  • Drop-in film loading

Reviews (35)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Best of APS
I shopped around at a number of photo shops and read all of the available camera reviews from numerous sources before selecting Canon's ELPH 370Z. The small size and many features make it the perfect camera for the amateur photographer. While on a recent trip to Germany the 370Z sat in my front jeans' pocket the entire trip, which assured me of never missing a shot of my friends and the beautiful scenery. And for a camera this size and ease of use it really makes itself flexible for all kinds of conditions. For example, as opposed to 35mm film, APS camera film is contained in a small cartridge which you literally drop into the camera and close the door. It's like changing a battery. There are three settings for the exposure size: 4x6, 4x7 and panoramic. And if you change your mind about the size after the pictures are developed that's no problem. A shot taken in 4x6, for example, can later be redeveloped into a panoramic. The zoom lens on the 370Z is also very handy 23 to 69mm, and APS cameras work in a 24mm format. So 69mm would give you roughly the same view of a 35mm camera with an 85mm lens. The 370Z also offers mid-roll changing, just pop the existing cartridge out and pop the new one in. The only problem I had with this camera was far away scenery shots. For anything more than 150 yards away or so, like a mountain range, the background seemed to be less defined than the same shot with a 35mm SLR (a friend of mine on the trip had a 35mm so we could compare). I don't know if that's a short-coming of the APS technology or my particular camera. But for the majority of us amateurs who take pictures mainly of friends and family this is a wonderful little camera to have. Other features include red-eye reduction, rapid shutter for fast moving shots, off center focus and a flash setting for night time shots that picks up the background lights. There isn't one camera that is right for every job. So next time I go back to Germany, I'll probably invest in a 35mm SLR with a large zoom for those scenery shots I love to take, but the 370Z will be right there with me for all the others.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best compact, APS camera
If you want a point and shoot camera that you can carry in your bag or throw in a shirt pocket so that its always available, then this may be the best camera for you. While its not deep on features, it has the ones that are most important for convenience: a decent flash, 3x zoom (better for wide angle shots than telephoto closeups), and APS film.

Make no mistake, you do not get the flexibility (shutter speed, apeture, optional lenses, external flashes, white balance) that SLRs and more expensive camera can offer, but what you do get is not much bigger than a pack of cigarettes (that's not politically correct, is it?).

I looked at a pretty broad set of cameras, including the other ELPH cameras, before selecting this one because I liked the zoon range and the size of the camera. I was pleasantly impressed by surprisingly good picture quality, and my wife can testify to its extreme ease of use. This ELPH is all about size, convenience, and simplicity. If that's what you want then buy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars This camera is well worth repairing
I bought the Canon Elph 370Z in 2000. After 3 years of heavy use the camera had to go in for servicing last summer because an error message (H) had appeared in the LED. The cost for repairs was about 1/3 of the original price. Several months later the same thing reoccurred and Canon fixed it free of charge. This is the first camera that I've ever had repaired. All my previous cameras have also eventually broke down from use. But this is the only one that I liked enough to have fixed. Photo quality is excellent considering the size of the camera, plus the convenience of APS. The quality of the camera is very good, too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wife loves it
My wife loves this camera. She uses it for scrapbooking and it takes good pictures. We like the APS because in one package you get Panoramic and the normal sized pictures. Plus the film is idiot proof in that you can only put it into the camera one way; and you can take the film out mid-way thru and put it back in and the pictures won't be used; and there is an indicator on the film that tells you if the filme has been developed yet or not. Pretty much an idiot proof camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Got maximum mileage out of this camera - ITS WONDERFUL
I bought this camera in August 1998 after my Minolta 35mm X-700 was stolen. The best thing about this camera is the amazing pictures I've taken with it. After 15 years of using full manual settings with the very large and heavy Minolta, the automatic features and portability can't be beat for the picture quality. I can put it on my belt with the case that comes with it and hike the planet. I've taken this little wonder on numerous hiking trips in the Southwest. Never a problem since its so light weight and readily available on your waist for those shots that usually come up all of a sudden. I typically shoot 1 to 2 rolls a day on average 2 to 3 week trips. I've been doing this since I got it and the camera is finally showing the mileage of several thousand photos. The shutter doesn't always fire when the camera is turned on and I must close and re-slid the switch but it still works. I'm considering another one since I looked at the Canon Z3 but it doesn't have the lens quality of the 370Z. The one and only problem I've had with this camera is when I tried to get enlargements from the APS 25mm film. It just doesn't compare to 35mm once you enlarge beyond an 11 x 14 print. Otherwise, for the average user, this is a great camera for the price. I paid $285 plus tax back in '98 when it first came out. As far as that other reviewer saying that the shutter was delayed after hitting the button, the reason was probably low light. This camera has a built in feature of sensing the dim lighting conditions and slowing the shutter to allow more light to hit the film thereby slowing the shutter. I've gotten some blur in pictures with dim lights but it was only because I wasn't thinking about it and used an unsteady hand. This camera is definitely 5 stars, especially now that the price has dropped ! ... Read more

165. Fujifilm Big Viewfinder 60AF Date 35mm Camera
by Fuji
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004TWME
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 5580
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's big focus 60AF Autofocus Date/35mm Camera is a simple and small camera with autofocus, a built-in flash, and a quartz date-and-time imprinting option. With an extra-large viewfinder, automatic film advance, and motorized rewind, this point-and-shoot camera offers all the basic functions needed to capture your memories. ... Read more


  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot
  • 35-60mm 1.7x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film advance and rewind with easy film loading
  • Quartz date imprinting

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A phenomenon
Thinking of buying a camera? How about buying more than a camera? Well I can tell you that the Fuji 60AF Autofocus 35mm Camera, is a lot more than a camera. In fact, I consider it more of a phenomenon. All the exellent features it provides makes the camera incredible. It is so easy to take pictures with this camera unlike others that you have to hit various buttons to make it work. Not only that, the pictures that anyone takes are astounding. My friends four year old son took 4 or 5 pictures with this thing and we all expected those pictures to come out looking very fuzzy. Not only were they not fuzzy, they were beautiful. If you want a good camera, get something else, but if you are looking for an excellent camera, you have come to the right place. ... Read more

166. Samsung MAXIMA 120Ti Standard 35mm Camera
by Samsung
list price: $129.99
our price: $85.99
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Asin: B00008X5F4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 6121
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Samsung's Maxima 120Ti is conveniently designed for everyday use and packed with many features. The 3.2x (38 to 120 millimeters) zoom opens up possibilities when taking pictures. The camera's automatic shutter system ranges from speeds of 1/400 second to even 60 seconds for long exposure shots. The special portrait program selects the zoom setting that produces the clearest picture. You can even take clear pictures of moving subjects or sports events by using the continuous shooting feature, which takes a photo after another as long as the shutter is pressed.

While the autofocus system works for most circumstances, the 120Ti has an infinity adjustment that focuses to infinity and turns off the flash so that you can take pictures through windows without getting any reflection. The flash is automatic but can be manually set on or off, and it also has red eye reduction. The easy-to-use dial on top of the camera helps you correctly set the camera to the setting you want. The 120Ti makes a beeping sound to let you know if the camera is set incorrectly, ensuring quality photos. ... Read more


  • 3.2x zoom lens 35mm camera
  • Jog dial for setting shooting modes
  • Automatic film winding
  • 10-second self-timer
  • 7 preset captions

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars An "okay" camera
This camera is basically "okay." It functions fine...WHEN it functions! Sometimes it is very tempermental and won't take the picture! Even if the picture taker is not moving and everything is in focus, the camera's red light will come on. Only after repeatedly pressing the "take picture" button will it operate. This produces pictures of people with plastic smiles from holding their expressions. In addition, the red eye only works about 80% of the time. Pictures that DO come out come out nice and clear, but this camera can be frustrating. Don't pay more than $85.00 for it! ... Read more

167. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD Date 35mm Camera
by Olympus
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005B713
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2776
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Though slimmer than its predecessor (the Stylus Zoom 115), the Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD still maintains the same high level of quality and performance. Its 38-115mm, 3x zoom lens lets you zoom in for candid close-ups and zoom out for large scenes or group photos. The bright, real-image viewfinder makes your shots easy to frame and compose.

The Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD uses Olympus's exclusive auto color-balancing flash to give your images truer, more natural color, even when shooting in artificial or fluorescent lighting conditions. Its built-in flash has several mode options, including auto flash, fill-in, off, red-eye reduction, night scene, and variable power flash. When these high-quality optics are combined with the flexible flash system, you get outstanding picture color, clarity, and sharpness.

At just under eight ounces, and constructed of weatherproof material, you can take this camera with you anywhere without worrying about rain or splash damage. The rear LCD panel makes function control more convenient and easier to read, while the dioptric can be adjusted to meet the needs of your individual eyesight. You can even print the date on your images with the date feature. ... Read more


  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot
  • 38-115mm 3x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind
  • Features date imprinting and self-timer

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Rugged, Easy to Use, Good Price
At last, here is an all-purpose, easy-to-use camera that provides a variety of built-in accessories. The Olympus Stylus Zoom 115 QD camera is a great find at a reasonable cost. Best of all, the learning curve is short. After 30 years of using a 35-mm Pentax with six exchangeable lenses, and another 15 years of using one of the first one-step Minoltas, I began to look for a simple camera that was lightweight and not fussy.

I needed a camera that could take excellent quality, in-focus shots of my craft booth set up, because show juries demand them. The camera needed to be small, durable, tough, and take the same quality shots indoors and out, with natural lighting and under fluorescent and indoor stadium lighting. If the same camera could take some close ups of my jewelry so I could scan the shots and send them to clients to give them an idea of a design, so much the better. And I didn't have a lot of money to spare, either.

After some in-person and on-line research I decided on the Olympus Epic Zoom 115 QD. I read through the instruction book once. I made one mistake loading the film (if you don't load it right the first time, don't push "rewind" -the tail end of the film will be sucked into the roll). That was it. My first roll produced some good shots and some excellent shots, and the second roll had no throw-away shots. The variable focus provides a lot of flexibility. No red eyes on flash, not even on the cats. No complaints. For the price, snap this camera up.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Camera with a Great Telephoto Lens
The camera is compact, solid but light, and very easy to use. The images are very good to excellent. All the features seems to work just fine. The telephoto lens really brings images in. Its relative resistance to water-spray helps with boating photography. So far it has worked without a hitch. Though I own a digital camera, I believe that a film camera like this is still preferable for travel or for taking many pictures in a short time. All you have to do is plop a new film in and keep going, and then drop it off for development and you will end up with photos that will not fade out in a few years. I highly recommend this Olympus for an uncomplicated way of handling photography in an economical fashion and ending up with excellent results.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Recommended
I loved the features on this camera when I first purchased it. However, on only the 2nd or 3rd roll of film, I noticed the pictures (particulary the zoom pictures) were fuzzy. Olympus diagnosed the problem as the lens being off center. Now only 2 years later, the lens cover has broken off and the motor is not working properly. I am now looking for a new camera, but definately not an Olympus.

3-0 out of 5 stars Very nice camera, BUT....
We have bought six Olympus's for our large family of grown children. They are easy to use, relatively inexpensive, and compact. But, they have a major flaw. On three of the six cameras we have bought, the lins cover has broken and this prevents the camera from operating. The authorized service places in Houston Texas say they can not get the parts to repair this product deficiency.

1-0 out of 5 stars Camera Broke on First Use
The lens cover broke on the first use!!! I will never buy an Olympus Product again! ... Read more

168. Kodak F600 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004SA32
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2835
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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The F600 Advantix camera from Kodak features a 2x zoom lens that captures portraits and group shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and autofocusing let you take photos from 2 feet and beyond, and the flash fires automatically in low-light situations.

The Kodak F600 records lighting and color data on the film's magnetic strip for the photo lab to use when developing, and it imprints each shot with time and date information. The viewfinder displays the selected picture size for simplified camera operation. The self-timer allows you to take self-portraits or to be included in group photos. The Kodak F600 automatically advances and rewinds film, and the safety interlock prevents the film door from opening until the roll is completely rewound. A roll of Kodak Advantix color film, battery, coupon book, instructional manual, and detachable camera strap are included.

Kodak offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • 30-60mm zoom lens takes portraits and group shots
  • Point-and-shoot operation
  • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from any distance
  • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

Reviews (21)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera for amateurs
My only experience in photography is using the disposable cameras and a cheap Casio digital camera. I bought this one because I was interested in some of the technological features. The time/date stamp appears on the BACK of the resultant image instead of obtrusivly on the FRONT. It loads itself and is easy to use. The zoom is nice too, with 4 zoom settings. Also, I've never been interested in panoramic shots, but I got some great pictures of the grand canyon using that feature last month.

The only problem I had with it was the flash crapped out during a family get-together. It was a little embarrasing, especially since it produced a loud "bang" noise when it happened. I have since had that issue resolved.

However, the feature I'm most interested in is not the camera, but the possiblity of uploading the images to my computer using the FD300 device Kodak produces. This camera provides great looking pictures on a tactile medium, and also provides a means to upload digital images to my home computer. Once the film cartridge is processed I can use it to put those pictures on my computer. I have yet to try the FD300, but I'm anxious to use one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great point-and-click camera
This is the best camera I've ever owned. I recently bought a $300 SLR and returned it to the store because it didn't take as good of pictures as this little point-and-click. It's not perfect, but I've taken some outstanding pictures with it. Color photos tend to vary for some reason. I've taken Webshots-quality pictures and I've taken absolute crap. However, the F600 takes absolutely ARTISTIC QUALITY photos with black and white film. I used a roll of it in Zacatecas, Mexico, earlier this month and I was seriously blown away by the quality of the black-and-whites. The first thing the guy in the photo shop said to me when I walked in was "Man, you took some great black-and-whites!"

Another advantage of this camera is that the flash doesn't suck down the battery power. I've taken at least 100 pictures with the flash and I'm using the same battery I had three years ago.

The major disadvantage of this camera is that it ONLY uses Kodak Advantix film, which comes in a cartridge and loads automatically when you pop it in. It's excellent film and a hell of a lot better than Fuji (even if more expensive). The disadvantage is that a lot of stores outside the U.S. simply don't carry it. In Budapest last summer, I checked in four different photo shops and nobody had it, so stock up before you leave. Kodak Advantix sometimes comes in tube-form, but unless you've got the version that comes in a cartridge, you can't use this camera. Additionally, you can't remove the cartridge in the middle of a roll -- so if you want to switch back and forth between color and black-and-white, you've got to buy two separate cameras.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera!
I really love this camera! It's light and easy to use. The only thing is it's kinda loud after you click and when you finish the film. Otherwise, if you're an amateur get this!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excelent Camera !
I bought this camera a year ago and i wonder with it. It's ease to use, small and light. The pics are in a very good quality and it has a nice Zoom. the only thing that i dislike it, is that you can not change films partialy used, i mean if you change a film that is not complete and you want to use it again in order to finish it, you can't.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not able to use
I am not very happy with this company, I ordered my camera over a month ago and still have not received it! It would be really nice if I could use the damn thing! ... Read more

169. Kodak Advantix T60 APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000089GF9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2617
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With an elegant design and affordable price, Kodak's T60 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high quality photos. The camera's 2-zone autofocus lens keeps objects as close as 2.6 feet in sharp detail, while the flash lights up to 13 feet away. The flash, which you have to flip up to operate the camera, can be set to fill, off, and special night mode. Shutter speed ranges from 1/90 to 1/250 seconds to accommodate a wide range of subjects and lighting situations.

The easy-to-read LCD panel displays information about your current shooting mode. It also has a self-timer which is useful for taking group photos or self-portraits. The T60 is compatible with film speeds from 50 to 800. Weighing only 6 ounces and taking only two AAA batteries, you can easily to take the T60 anywhere without difficulty. ... Read more


  • 2-zone autofocus system
  • 25mm all-glass lens
  • LCD panel clearly displays shooting information
  • Flip flash useful for low-light situations
  • Self-timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots

170. Kodak PlusDigital Single Use Camera
by Kodak

our price: $10.99
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Asin: B000089SEY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2351
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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You don't need to spend $300 on a digital camera to get digital photos. Get the benefits of digital photography--easily and inexpensively--along with your traditional prints with the Kodak PlusDigital single-use camera.

You can e-mail your photos to friends and family, enlarge prints, remove red-eye, zoom and crop, and print copies of your photos right at home. Best of all, the Kodak PlusDigital gives you traditional prints as well.

Simply drop off the Kodak PlusDigital camera at your photo retailer offering Kodak Premium Processing services. At the time of developing, you pay for your prints at regular prices. You'll also automatically receive your digital photos on a Kodak Picture CD at no additional cost if you check the box marked Kodak Picture CD + Prints. ... Read more


  • Get the benefits of digital photography along with your traditional prints
  • Pay for your prints from Kodak Premium Processing services at regular price
  • You'll automatically receive your digital photos on a Kodak Picture CD

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good Value, OK Quality
My Dad took picutres at my wedding with one of these cameras, and got back the digital photos with his prints. Both were of equal quality as far as that goes. The camera focuses well.

However, we found that even with its built in flash, the pictures that he took inside, during the wedding, were dim and relatively worthless. The exterior pictures were lit fine, but the "mood lighting" was dim, and the flash wasn't able to compensate for that.

*****Final Thoughts*****
The camera is a great one to grab on your way to the zoo or the ball game, but if you're going to your high-school graduation or with some friends to a dinner, you probably want to pass.

This is a brightly-lit-area camera. ... Read more

171. Canon Sure Shot80u 35mm Date Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $109.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00008W70B
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1263
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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An ergonomically designed point and shoot packed with important features, the Canon Sure Shot 80u is easy to use and can adjust to most situations to capture clear photos. The 2.1x zoom (38 to 80 millimeters) provides a wide range of options in snapping your subject. The autofocus system uses 3 sensors to create a sharp and clear image, even when the subject is in motion or off-center. The 80u has several shooting modes such as automatic, action, night scene, portrait, and close-up mode.

Film loading, advance, and rewind are fully automatic for easy operation, and you can even rewind mid-roll as well. The flash can be set to automatic, fill, off, or red-eye reduction. Use the exposure compensation to help show subjects out in under or over lit situations. The 10-second self-timer is useful for self-portraits or group shots. You can also imprint the date onto your photos for record-keeping. This camera kit also includes a wrist strap, soft compact case, one 3-volt lithium battery (CR2), and one 24-exposure roll of 35mm film. ... Read more


  • 2.1x zoom lens 35mm camera
  • 3-point autofocus system
  • Action, night scene, and close-up shooting modes
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • 10 second self-timer

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Get a Nikon
Received this as a gift. Ran about 5 rolls of film through it. It took decent pictures. Nothing to write home about. Then the lcd stopped working. Canon fixed it under warranty quickly and with no problems. The camera frequently has trouble focusing on subjects. So...good customer support, but only so so operation and pictures. ... Read more

172. Canon Sure Shot WP-1 Weatherproof 35mm Camera
by Canon
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00000K02C
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 4337
Average Customer Review: 4.09 out of 5 stars
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The Canon WP1 Weatherproof camera is a 35mm camera that is protected from the elements. Both the built-in flash and the autofocus lens provide fuss-free photography. A moisture-resistant body protects the hardware and film, making the Canon WP1 Weatherproof camera perfect to use when you're camping or lounging by the pool. ... Read more


  • Point-and-shoot camera
  • Weatherproof moisture-resistant design
  • Autofocus lens
  • Built-in flash
  • Uses standard 35mm film

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars Find a better deal elsewhere
I bought this camera about 6 months ago, so the price has dropped considerably. I have yet to test its waterproof capabilities, but so far the pictures have turned out to be average. There are two reasons why I would not recommend buying this camera: 1. The square viewfinder is difficult to see. Many of the pictures I took were off center in the beginning. (If you have a lot of people taking pictures of you with it, I guarantee most of the pictures will have some part of you cut off.) 2. The free "carrying case" is really cheap. I plan to buy some other type of case because I'm afraid that the lens will get damaged through the cheap material. Overall, this camera isn't too bad for a point and click, but I'd look around and see what you can find. Don't buy this camera just because it's weatherproof. The other features won't justify its price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Water resistant? How about waterproof to 80 feet!
Took this camera down 80 feet in salt water. Works like a charm. My friends couldn't believe it either. I recommend this camera highly.

3-0 out of 5 stars Canon WP1 vs Canon SureShot A1
I had WP1 and A1 before. Both of them looked almost the same except the colour of the rubber grip for the hand is different, the macro logo of the mode dial is different. WP1 is a weatherproof camera, not waterproof. It is excellent for snorkelling and rugged use. WP1 started to leak at 6m or 20ft when I used for SCUBA diving, that was my mistake. So I bought an A1, so far tested to 35m (though only guaranteed to a few metres) and still going strong, same for another 2 A1s that my friends have. Both WP1 and A1 are excellent cameras, gave excellent pictures. The price difference (almost 100%) basically gives you the peace of mind in terms of water-tightness. One thing to take note, the flash is not strong enough so underwater pictures will turn out to be greenish or bluish, and fine particles will tend to disperse the flash and over expose the pictures. Have fun!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a fantastic little camera.
It may not have all the cute features that you could want on a camera, but it makes up for it by being durable and rugged. I just recently discovered the "WP" stands for weatherproof, not waterproof. I've been taking mine into the pool and into the ocean for years without a problem, although the camera has never been deeper than a few feet under the water. It is not sufficient if you are a serious scuba person, but for the traveler or outdoor enthusiast, this camera will greatly expand your picture taking abilities. While I have several expensive, feature-laden cameras, I often prefer to use this camera. I find it has three advantages for me. First, its ruggedness allows it to go places my expensive cameras cannot. This includes the beach, on to boats, or into water. You can throw this camera onto the sand or take it into the ocean for fun vacation shots. Second, I'm not worried about losing this camera, as I would be of losing a more expensive camera. Not only is it moderately priced, but also you can slip it into a bathing suit pocket and swim with it. You don't have to leave it on a towel and worry about it as you swim. Thirdly, it's small and lightweight. It's not burdensome to carry-around. For those times that you would like to get a snapshot, but you don't want to lug around a camera bag and a bunch of attachments, this camera is perfect. And while you're carrying it, you don't have to worry about getting caught in the rain.

While it may lack some features, its picture quality is surprisingly good. If you are thinking that a waterproof disposable camera has the same advantages that I listed above (i.e., waterproof with worry-free portability), be advised there is a big difference in the quality of the prints. I've used both and you get much better pictures from this camera. It may not do everything that a fancier camera can do (zoom, macro, etc.), but what it can do it does exceptionally well. This camera has taken some of my favorite vacation snapshots and family pictures, if for no other reason than it was there with me when the picture opportunity presented itself while my "good" camera sat safely (and uselessly) packed away and protected.

5-0 out of 5 stars Seems to love rough treatment!
This camera certainly lives up to the manufacturers claims of ruggedness! On my recent 2 month trip to Costa Rica it survived numerous soakings and a fall from our rental dirt bike at 30 km/hr with barely a scratch and performs no differently from before. On a day to day basis I've been carrying it around in the bottom of my rucksack for about 8 months now (minus its case, which I long since lost)and besides some of the writing wearing off, its still as good as ever. People are always remarking about the quality of my pictures too - I am never disappointed with a single set of pictures I get back! Bright colours, accurate framing and I particularly like the fact that it shuts off the flash even if you leave the switch on so you don't kill the batteries. One 3V battery lasted over a year! The only trouble with that is its hard to catch that 'critical moment' when using your flash because it takes a second or two to charge the flash after you press the button. Otherwise Its the absolute perfect camera for anyone who has been chastised their entire lives for not 'respecting' their belongings! ... Read more

173. Olympus STYLUS-EPICQD KIT Stylus Epic 35MM Film Camera Kit with Quartz Date
by Olympus
list price: $99.99
our price: $90.99
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Asin: B0002H3TJK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 3048
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  • 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter camera
  • Autofocus system measures camera-to-subject distance in three locations
  • Shoot from as close as 14 inches with autofocus ease
  • All-weather reliability for protection against rain, snow, etc.
  • Variable-power flash, Night Scene Flash, Fill-In Flash, and Flash Off to help ensure your pictures are properly lit

174. Fujifilm Nexia 265ix Z Zoom APS Camera
by Fuji
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004TWP1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 7228
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Fuji's Nexia 265ix zoom camera is a little camera with a lot offeatures. As a member of Fuji's Nexia line for the 24mm Advanced Photo System,this camera allows print format selection. Choose the format of the print tosuit the dimensions of your subject: classic 4 by 6 inches, HDTV 4 by 7 inches,or panoramic 4 by 10 inches. The intelligent built-in flash will pop up and firewhen needed. The flash can be switched off, or you can make use of the nightportrait mode to capture that romantic moment. The LCD informs the photographerof which settings have been selected and displays the time and date. Quartzimprinting can be used to stamp the time, date, and even one of 31 titles ontoyour photographs. This camera weighs 5.6 ounces and measures 4.29 by 2.4 by 1.46inches. ... Read more


  • Fujinon lens zooms from 23-50mm
  • Print format selection of classic, HDTV, and panoramic
  • Easy-to-read LCD display
  • Built-in flash with 3 modes
  • Date, time, and title quartz imprinting option

175. Vivitar V3800N Manual SLR Camera with 50mm Lens & Case
by Vivitar
list price: $239.95
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Asin: B00006I5ZB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 4995
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  • Quick release K type bayonet mount accepts included multi-coated f/1.7 50mm lens, or any other optional lens conforming to the K mount specification
  • Shutter speeds are set manually from Bulb to 1/2000
  • Fixed, eye-level pentaprism viewfinder with 92% field of view
  • Viewfinder displays TTL center weighted exposure metering -Red Plus sign means overexposure; Green Zero mean correct exposure; Red Dash equals underexposure
  • Viewfinder employs split image focusing and three LED display

176. Pentax Efina T APS Zoom Camera
by Pentax
list price: $250.99
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Asin: B00004SCWV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 8282
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy-to-use, extremely compact Advanced Photo System camera
  • 29-87mm zoom lens
  • Passive autofocus and multipattern metering
  • Drop-in loading with midroll change possible
  • 10-second self-timer

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very very good camera
I have never had a single problem with this camera or ever lost a photo for any reason in three years of use. Highly recommended for APS pocket camera users and travelers. But be alert to setting the settings correctly though this does not cause failure. The red eye does not work very well but that is the only fault.

3-0 out of 5 stars Camera Hunter
Go to Pentax website for a picture of the Efina T. Also, it's range is 23-69mm ("equivalent" to a 35mm's 29-87mm range). Considering a purchase...forced to rate product without ever using it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pentax Efina T
Pleasantly surprised at all the features packed in to this little, easy to use camera. Most importantly I am very impressed by the quality of the photos. This is my first aps camera and was not expecting very sharp pictures. Surprised and peased to say the pictures are great so far. Was deciding between the new Pentax or a Canon Elph 2. The Pentax is metal just like the Canon and has a 3x zoom lens for basically the same price. Very happy with my decision.

P.S. The photo on this web site is not the Efina T but rather the original Efina camera. The "T" looks different.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great APS Camera
This is a great APS camera. Compact, light, feature-filled, and aesthetically appealing. I was also comparing the Minolta Vectis 300, as well as the Canon Elph line. What sold me was the power of the zoom on the Pentax. It has a 3x zoom, and although the Vectis 300 also has a 3x zoom; seeing first-hand, I felt the Pentax's zoom was a little better. Feature-wise, the Pentax lacks nothing to its competitors. Also, the feel of the camera is superb. Very lightweight and compact; easy enough to holster on belt or slip into pocket. To compare, I have a StarTac cellular phone, and the Pentax and StarTac are nearly identical in size!!! How's that for a compact, powerful, feature-pack APS camera...I would definitely recommend to all. ... Read more

177. Fujifilm Quick Snap Panoramic Disposable 35mm Camera
by Fujifilm
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00006JPHY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 1513
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  • 4" x 10" format
  • Fujicolor Superia 400
  • Indoor/outdoor film
  • 15 exposures

178. NIKON N75QD 35MM Autofocus SLR Camera ? Body Only ( Silver / Black )
by Nikon

our price: $279.88
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Asin: B0000918VQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1051
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  • Quartz Dating - Will imprint the back of each picture with the time & date when developed
  • Multi-CAM 900 Sensor - 5 focus detection areas offer broad horizontal & vertical coverage
  • 3 AF Modes -Dynamic AF - Center Subject Priority Dynamic AF - Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF
  • Auto Servo AF locks on the subject, whether stationary or in motion, with unique overlap servo method & NIKON Lock-On technology
  • 25-segment 3D Matrix Matering employs sophisticated algorithms & a database of more than 30K scenes of actual shooting data

179. Polaroid Spectra 1200i Instant Camera
by Polaroid
list price: $100.99
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Asin: B00004YVCC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Polaroid
Sales Rank: 1561
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Instant camera with auto-focus
  • Includes one pack of Spectra film and hand strap

Reviews (4)

The best choice for any occasion. If there was an auto-picturing system I would give it a 5*.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent all-purpose camera.
It kills me that Polaroid is doing so poorly these days. I've got several old Polaroid cameras, and they've stopped making film for them. I just bought this new one very recently, and it takes great pictures, end of story.

To say "the film is expenisive" is not a helpful critique of this, or any Polaroid camera. That's just the way it is. Think of the money you spend on 35mm film, and then seperate processing. That's why Polaroid film costs more money.

This Spectra takes sharp focused pics at all distances. It's a far cry from the old fixed focus, or manual focus Polaroid cameras. The minimum distance from the object is something like 2 feet, which means it can't focus too close, which is a shame, but Polaroid also makes the Spectra 1200FF which is a fixed wide-angle focus, so it has some macro features.

Good camera, very versitile. Forget digital cameras, support Polaroid and keep them alive.

4-0 out of 5 stars A fun camera
I own this camera. It is a fun "grab and go" camera when you see something and need a take a quick picture. It's fun at family and friends get to gethers, but the film is a little expensive, but what the heck, have fun anyway. If you need to document something for your insurance company, or want to keep a photo record of your collection, it works very good. All in all, a good camera to keep with you at all times, "just in case."

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a good camera.
I was excited to try out the new polaroid camera using the bigger film. What a waste, if you want a great polarid camera you are going to have to go to some special camera shop, if you want a decent one don't buy this just get the old stand by, one step (...), its just as good as this camera if not better. ... Read more

180. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Zoom 35mm Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B000063YAR
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1802
Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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  • Powerful 3.6x 38-135mm power zoom lens
  • Canon's Best Shot Dial with its 7 programmed settings does all the thinking for you
  • High-precision 3-point Smart Autofocus for sharp focus every time
  • 1/1,200-second top shutter speed plus real-time release to capture action
  • Built-in retractable flash

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Pictures For Any Skill Level
This camera is an excellent buy. It may cost a little more than other cameras, but it is worth the investment. It offers a variety of advanced features which you may or may not use immediatley, but it is also simple enough for the beginning photographer to use for that occasional snap shot.

We recently bought a puppy, and were upset to find that our old camera was broken. We bought this camera, and I can honestly say that I am glad my old one broke. I was amazed at the quality of the pictures that this camera produces. I turned the dial to "close up" mode and took a picture of my puppy's face. The detail is so amazing. You can actually see individual hairs. It was so simple. The only hard part was getting the dog to sit still!

This camera is worth the money. How often do you buy a camera? Splurge! You earned it! You will not be dissapointed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Vacation Pictures
Although the directions for this camera can leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed, once you are comfortable with the camera, everything is great. I have used all of the modes and taken pictures both indoors and outdoors, and the quality of the pictures is above average. A great find for the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars complicated
I purchased this camera to take on a Disney vacation. I decided to use it before the trip to make sure I would be pleased with it. It is complicated to use, even after reading instruction manual. Focusing & centering objects are no easy task; neither is exchanging it for another. Definitly NOT what I had in mind; I wanted a Sure Shot.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
This camera take GREAT pictures in the automatic mode, but anytime I try to use the night setting or portrait setting, my pictures don't turn out at all or they are blurred. It's such a shame because the pictures in automatic mode are great.

2-0 out of 5 stars Bit by the flashing "H" ... Canon should trademark it!
We bought this camera a little over a year ago to replace an SLR that became problematic. We've taken it with us on a few vacations and some hikes since then. Because it was much smaller than our old SLR, taking it everywhere was easy. Unfortunately, the photos were never really standouts. It barely beat the performance of a couple throw away cameras we grabbed on trips! I didn't expect professional quality, but the colors were often washed out. Then came the "H". Apparently a lot of other Canon Sure Shot and Elph owners have discovered this nasty little flashing error. Like the others we've reset and replaced batteries and cleaned the contacts- to no avail. The camera is dead. I would HIGHLY DISCOURAGE THE PURCHASE OF SURE SHOT CAMERAS... Don't just take my word for it. Read the reviews of the previous camera models in the Sure Shot line. ... Read more

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