Is using a single-use camera easy to use? Do you throw it away afterwards (without the film).?

Question by James.: Is using a single-use camera easy to use? Do you throw it away afterwards (without the film).?
I am in the process of buying a Kodak Max 35mm Single Use Camera for my vacation. To develop it, do you take out the film yourself and then throw the camera away? Where do you develop the film? First-timer.

Best answer:

Answer by fhotoace
You leave the film in the camera and turn the whole thing in for processing.

If you remove the film, you will expose it to light and ruin it.

Single use cameras are recycled by Kodak, Fuji and others.

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2 comments to Is using a single-use camera easy to use? Do you throw it away afterwards (without the film).?

  • UkIndieBoy

    No, you take the whole camera to the developer and they will remove the film themselves and develop it. it’s made so that there is no messing around with films or anything, just start taking pictures and then when it’s finished take it straight in to the developers

  • lmj65

    they are very easy to use, no you don’t throw it away you take the whole camera in to be developed you can take it basicly anywhere that developes film (walmart,walgreens k mart) hope you have a fun vacation

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