Kodak Launches One-Time-Use Cameras For Weddings

Posted: Jun 14 2010, 11:56am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:43pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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In an effort to try to make film cameras somewhat relevant again, Kodak has launched a new line of disposable cameras designed for weddings.
For most people, it's hard to think of the last time they used a disposable camera... unless, they've been to a wedding. That is one of the last outlets for what is now a relic piece of technology.

The central idea is that customers will purchase the cameras in bulk for everyone at the wedding; each guest will take the entire roll of film's worth of pictures, and the married couple will collect and develop all the pictures afterward.

Kodak's new line of Wedding Cameras are available in ivory, red, blue, or "Forever Floral." And there's also a greenish one called a "Bachelorette Party Camera."

They come equipped with a roll of Kodak 800-speed film, which can take up to 27 pictures.

"The stylish new designs for the new line of Single Use Wedding Cameras make for great looking cameras that provide great looking pictures by using high quality 800-speed KODAK Film, making it easy to capture and share all of your KODAK MOMENTS," said Kodak in a statement.

The cameras are available exclusively through wedding e-tailer TheKnot.com, and are sold at around $6 each.

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