Last Updated on January 13, 2019
Professional photographers are now hired to cover big events such as weddings and parties. Their shots are always of taste and of good quality. However, it can’t be denied that they can’t cover everything. The Daylight Single Use Camera from Kodak Alaris is an answer for that.
Other perspectives of the Daylight Single Use Camera
At a party, there’s only so much time to go around each table for a chat. If you want to know what Aunt Phyllis and company were up to during other moments of the event, why not give them their own camera? They can document their experiences for you, and you in turn can share a few selected shots with them.
The same thing can be said at weddings and other social functions. Photographers try to cover as much as they can, but it would be nice to see your guests’ experience from their perspective.
Photographers are sure to miss moments given the number of people they have to be paying attention to at all times. The rest who will most likely be neglected can document their own experience with the Daylight Single Use Camera.
Another plus to the camera: it’s light, portable, and easy to use. You won’t be handing over a camera that needs to be protected at all costs. It was designed to be used in the spirit of fun.
While there was an emphasis for its use in weddings, parties, festivals, and similar events, this shouldn’t limit the use of the camera just for those occasions.
There’s an emphasis on daylight here as the camera is best used outdoors, whether the lighting conditions be high or low. This can be a blow for those who want hold special events indoors, but group gatherings outdoors can also benefit from Kodak’s Single Use Camera.
While the camera was designed to be used for fun, it’s not like the Single Use Cameras of old. It allows a bit more creativity.
The camera has a 33mm F10 lens and offers 39 exposures. It should also be noted that the camera does not have a flash. So it really is best used in ideal outdoor lighting conditions.
With an ISO 800 film, images have a better chance of turning out fine. Not only that, it also reduces the effects of subject movement or camera shake.
The Kodak Alaris Daylight Single Use Camera with ISO 800 Film will be available across Europe from May 2018. It is not known if and when the camera will reach other markets.