Concord Unveils New Polaroid FS73 Flash Single Use Camera

Posted: Dec 31 2009, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:30pm CDT, in News | CES

 
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Most everyone has a digital camera today and we can take pictures without having to pay for development and all that stuff we needed to do years ago. There are times where we forget our digital cameras or are going somewhere that we just don’t want to risk damaging out expensive cameras and want to use a disposable camera instead.

Concord Keystone will be showing off a new Polaroid branded single use camera with flash at CES 2010 called the FS73. The camera has 27 exposures include with ISO 400 film and a built-in flash for dark rooms. The camera runs off an included AAA battery.

The camera will be sold in single packs and a two pack with a single camera costing about $6. The camera will ship in February 2010 and is a licensed Polaroid product. The flash can be turned off when not needed.

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