Who invented the disposable camera?

Answer The disposable camera was a collaboration between two companies, Fujifilm and Kodak, in the 1980s. Disposable cameras are intended for one-time use only and are typically taken to be developed and ... Read More »

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When was the disposable camera invented?

The first disposable camera was invented by a company called Photo-Pac in 1949. This early model shot only eight exposures. This concept never really caught on, and Photo-Pac went out of business... Read More »

How does the resolution of a 2.4 megapixal digital camera compare with a disposable camera?

Answer Generally speaking, film has a much better resolution than digital cameras. In fact, if you were to compare good 35mm color film to the "megapixel" rating of digital cameras, film would rate... Read More »

How do i use a disposable camera?

PreparationBuy a disposable camera and find the winding wheel on the back of the camera. Turn it until it comes to a stop. If you want to take a picture with a flash, press the flash button for at ... Read More »

Who invented the disposable cell phone?

Randice-Lisa (Randi) Altschul, a toy inventor from New Jersey, invented the disposable cell phone in 1999. It was trademarked as the "Phone-Card-Phone" with a retail price of $20 and 60 minutes of ... Read More »