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November 4, 2005

Ilford Brings Back B&W Disposable Camera

In response to great demand, Ilford Photo, Paramus, N.J., USA, has reintroduced the Ilford Black-and-White Single-Use Camera. The easy-to-use Ilford Single-Use Camera offers the opportunity to take black-and-white images. It has a built-in flash effective up to 10 feet, an f/9·5 30mm lens and a shutter speed of 1/100sec. It is focus free and gives sharp pictures starting from from 3 feet. A frame counter shows the number of pictures remaining, while safety interlocks prevent double exposures or blank frames.

The camera is loaded with 27 exposures of Ilford HP5 Plus film, which is ideal for action shots, available light and all general-purpose photography, to ensure the best possible results. This fast (ISO 400/27 din) film captures every detail, and produces prints to treasure, as much for their artistic value as for the subject matter.

When all 27 frames have been exposed, the complete camera can be taken to any traditional photo retailer or processing outlet for processing. For those able to process their own films, HP5 Plus is compatible with all major processing systems, including those which give the standard short fixing and washing times.

Posted by covey22 at November 4, 2005 3:47 PM