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Kodak AA/AAA alkaline batteries 8 for £1.00 at Poundland

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Now that the 10 packs of Ikea batteries have gone up to £1.79, I reckon this is the cheapest deal currently available for AA/AAA alkaline batteries (of course you can get zinc carbon ones much cheaper…
Now that the 10 packs of Ikea batteries have gone up to £1.79, I reckon this is the cheapest deal currently available for AA/AAA alkaline batteries (of course you can get zinc carbon ones much cheaper…
Dodge62 Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago24 Comments
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Isn't it amazing how ignorant many people are about disposable batteries!

Despite many postings explaining the difference between zinc and alkaline, and explaining the comprehensive battery test review (shown above) showing Duracell alkaline are no better (maybe worse) than the Poundland ones, we still struggle to get this thread to 100 degrees whilst the Duracell bunnies bounce ever upwards!

And yet people that come to HUKD are supposed to be savvy shoppers.

Sad.
The a good way to tell if a battery is any good or **** is by the weight, with the exception of lithium batteries, the heavier they are normally the longer they last.
I would have loved to have got this many Alkaline batteries for £1 as a kid.
Magister
People still can't understand the difference between alkaline (which these are) and zinc chloride (which these aren't), and they don't seem to want to make the effort to find out. Ah well, your loss.
^This.
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8 Kodak Xtralife Alkaline AAA batteries for £1.00 in-store in Poundland. 10 year in storage guarantee.

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These batteries were already good value at 6 for £1, but today I got an 8 pack for the same price in Poundland. I bought the last pack at my local store, but check in yours as I imagine this is a nat…
These batteries were already good value at 6 for £1, but today I got an 8 pack for the same price in Poundland. I bought the last pack at my local store, but check in yours as I imagine this is a nat…
MarkShopper Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago15 Comments
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It's time Zinc chloride batteries were banned.
They are very poor and use up a lot of the
earth's resources when there are much better
batteries available at lower cost.
I will not be voting for the Green's though.

I think at least they should be made to label them honestly in the modern market. "Heavy duty" and "Extra heavy duty" are misleading descriptions for the cheapest type of batteries that last hardly any time at all. Even for smoke detectors I'd go with alkaline these days when you get get alkaline PP3s in Poundland.
It's time Zinc chloride batteries were banned.
They are very poor and use up a lot of the
earth's resources when there are much better
batteries available at lower cost.
I will not be voting for the Green's though.
thanks Mark
Have some heat, good price
androoski
If these are the Alkalines then this is a bargain.

Yep, definitely alkaline. The pack says 4 free instead of the usual 2 free.
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16 pack of Kodak heavy duty AA batteries for £1.00 at poundland

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16 pack of Kodak heavy duty AA batteries at poundland Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
16 pack of Kodak heavy duty AA batteries at poundland Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
stewyb14 Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago16 Comments
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These things are rubbish. Agreed, only just about good enough for remotes but whatever you do, don't forget about them as they leak badly after a short time and basically wreck the device they are in. Ice cold

100% correct, except that they are not even good for remotes.

Edited By: xdaminis on Nov 10, 2014 09:08
What is heavy duty about them?
Rubbish batteries. Avoid.
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stewyb14
16 batteries for £1 why cold votes??

Cos they are not worth it!

sometimes want cheap batteries for all the kids toys, they play with the stuff for 5 minutes then put it in the pile with the rest....
stewyb14
16 batteries for £1 why cold votes??

Cos they are not worth it!
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Better than Duracell Procell. 6 Kodak Xtralife Alkaline Batteries @ Poundland Telford £1.00

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I did some research on these batteries and they they came high on the list of Alkaline batteries and these batteries last four times longer than the Zinc batteries. Packs of 6 AAA and AA.
I did some research on these batteries and they they came high on the list of Alkaline batteries and these batteries last four times longer than the Zinc batteries. Packs of 6 AAA and AA.
djh1975 Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago9 Comments
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cheaper if you get pack of 40 (but I'm sure it be all use up by Christmas)

http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?SKU=BT0561902



Edited By: Super Noob on Aug 29, 2014 16:34
six alkaline batteries for a quid . sounds good for me . ill give u some heat
Cold - standard price.

Also available in Tesco Extra "Brand Outlet" for the same price + 1 clubcard point.
My local Poundland only got these in last week, so thought they were new stock. Either way I would love to know of a better deal than these for a quid.
A friend used to work for Duracell and told me that they rebrand batteries to sell to supermarkets etc. Not saying OPs statement is true, but there could be some truth
ifrazalam
Where does it state these are better than standard duracell?
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Kodak Xtralife AA/AAA Alkaline batteries, 6 for £1.00 at Poundland

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Kodak's AA Xtralife batteries rated well (based on £ per mAh of service) on http://www.batteryshowdown.com/ I'm hoping their AAA batteries do as well. I've been disappointed with both Wilkinson (le…
Kodak's AA Xtralife batteries rated well (based on £ per mAh of service) on http://www.batteryshowdown.com/ I'm hoping their AAA batteries do as well. I've been disappointed with both Wilkinson (le…
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the Ikea ones according to http://www.batteryshowdown.com/ look very good value and performance is similar to standard duracell and less then half the price. might try them next time too.
I used cheap AAA batteries once a few years ago on my NAD amp remote and they leaked and permanently messed up the remote.
These are the batteries I usually buy, as well as the AAA ones. They're all good.

I would never use Panasonic batteries, they don't last long and they usually leak. They destroyed my Diamond Rio PMP500 many moons ago!
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Kodak AA Alkaline Batteries 4 for £1.19 eBay / kvj2 (TotalBlankMedia) -post free.

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I bought some of these and found them good value.
I bought some of these and found them good value.
Ingliston Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago5 Comments
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Panasonic make these for Kodak

They are usually 10 in a pack for a pound guys

Hope this helps
I think you'll find the 10-pack aren't alkalines.
Panasonic make these for Kodak

They are usually 10 in a pack for a pound guys

Hope this helps
this is available in poundland
My bad - just trying to be helpful.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news - but you can buy a pack of 6 Kodak Xtralife batteries in Poundland's up and down the land :(
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Kodak A4 Photo Paper BOGOF @ Argos for just £5.99

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With the on going special offer, you just need to pay 5.99 for two packs. Looks like a really good deal to me.
With the on going special offer, you just need to pay 5.99 for two packs. Looks like a really good deal to me.
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Kodak gold ultra glossy 7x5 photo paper 20 sheets £2.39 in store in Sainsburys (normally £7.99)

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Spotted this in my local sainsburys today, had printed label on shelf at this price so should be nationwide! Best photo paper we have ever used and a real bargain at this price! Kodak 5x7 20 sh…
Spotted this in my local sainsburys today, had printed label on shelf at this price so should be nationwide! Best photo paper we have ever used and a real bargain at this price! Kodak 5x7 20 sh…
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Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD) £36.99 Sold by CBC SALES and Fulfilled by Amazon

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various seller selling same price all fulfilled by amazon decent camera not bad price
various seller selling same price all fulfilled by amazon decent camera not bad price
celliecester Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago3 Comments
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Reading the reviews shows that Kodak don't have any of the Easyshare software available to download which is required to use the easyshare feature. You'll need to us an SD card and insert into the PC to transfer pictures/videos.

Kodak went in adminstration and re-emerged - I think and their site just says 'sorry for the inconvenience of no software downloads'
They always look as if they are melting into whatever they're sitting on!
absolutely rubbish camera.Do not buy. I had one awful
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Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD) £37.23 inc free delivery (silver only at this price) Sold by King Electronics UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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One-button upload to email, Kodak Gallery, Youtube™, Facebook and Flickr sites Better pictures automatically with Kodak Smart Capture technology Find photos easily with face recognition technology
One-button upload to email, Kodak Gallery, Youtube™, Facebook and Flickr sites Better pictures automatically with Kodak Smart Capture technology Find photos easily with face recognition technology
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Looks like a £30 camera though :(

I assumed this "One-button upload to email, Kodak Gallery, Youtube™, Facebook and Flickr sites" meant some sort of wifi functionality, but it's just some software you can install when the camera is physically connected your PC.

Probably better just using your phone.
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Two Pack of Kodak 9Volt Batteries, 97p in Poundland Dudley!

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Pack of two Kodak batteries for 97p in Poundland, Dudley. Great for annoying presents that don't come with batteries. Especially batteries like this that aren't usually amongst the normal AA/AAA in th…
Pack of two Kodak batteries for 97p in Poundland, Dudley. Great for annoying presents that don't come with batteries. Especially batteries like this that aren't usually amongst the normal AA/AAA in th…
jakelennongallagher Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago9 Comments
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False economy .. Put your money towards a better brand
It says Heavy Duty which means Zinc, which are really really poor. They have a few applications where they are okay... but its not worth they have leaking issues.
Liger
97p in poundland: where everything is a pound, that shop?
the Dudley branch has had a war with the 99p shop across the road :')
97p in poundland: where everything is a pound, that shop?
microlin
dont do it .....there rubbish

http://www.theretheyretheir.com/
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Free Kodak batteries @ WH Smiths with O2!

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Free kodak batteries at WH smiths with O2 Priority moments!!
Free kodak batteries at WH smiths with O2 Priority moments!!
Rou Avatar3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago13 Comments
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everyone needs batteries at xmas
good!
alfafmw1
how do do these 02 things help! I've got 02

You would need to have a phone with o2 connection, and then if your phone is a smart phone, then use the o2 priority app.
open the app and select the offer (in this case it should be free kodak batteries) the app would then guide you to the nearest whsmith store and would also genrate a code (if required) for the shop keeper to have a look at..

simply pop into the store, ask for the kodak offer for o2 customers, I'm sure they will help you out.

hope this helps :)
Kodak batteries are terrible but heat added since it's a freebie.. Ahh how I love priority moments - they've been so good lately!
how do do these 02 things help! I've got 02
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KODAK 52X superzoom camera -Argos - £149.00

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New designed model with Kodak branding which is getting surprisingly good reviews. Absolute bargain price. Over 1200mm equivalent lens!!
New designed model with Kodak branding which is getting surprisingly good reviews. Absolute bargain price. Over 1200mm equivalent lens!!
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Btw: I didn't vote. But if £150 is your budget, this is packed with features and is CMOS sensor. My commen was more about long-term warranty support really. Kodak as we once knew them are gone on the retail side i..e cameras and printers.

At 52 x zoom though the image stabiliisation and autofocus is going to be seriously tested without a tripod - it will have to be good.

At this budget, I would still go with a lower zoom and a quality lens/processor combination e.g. Canon / Panasonic

Canon PowerShot SX500 @ £139 is a bargain imo. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5597147.htm#pdpFullProductInformation

It is a CCD sensor and 720p video, but I bet you wont be able to tell the difference in picture quality due to the optics and processor.

Edited By: Clarioner on Dec 16, 2013 14:03: spellings
Had a few Kodak cameras and always took cracking pictures.
Clarioner
Did read something about one of the overseas divisions buying rights to products. So it may appear again.
Decent zoom but slow auto-focus means you're likely to miss a lot of good photo opportunities.

http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/kodak_pixpro_az521_review/
only problem is its a dead company... at least on retail side.
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15 AA Kodak batteries £1.00 @ Poundland

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Couldn't resist after getting the third degree from Post Office about not posting batteries, or phones, lol. No one wants phones this winter do they. 15 AA batteries by Kodak for one pound. Also ha…
Couldn't resist after getting the third degree from Post Office about not posting batteries, or phones, lol. No one wants phones this winter do they. 15 AA batteries by Kodak for one pound. Also ha…
zaphodbb Avatar3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago5 Comments
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dogswotsits
Zinc Carbon batteries, low capacity, also more likely to leak and ruin whatever they are put in. OK if used quickly.
False economy.
Alkaline much better for remotes as they are less likely to leak, last much longer. 6 for a quid the other day.

Thanks for the pointers. Been surfing around and came across the figure that alkaline last three times as long, so nearly equivalent to 5 for a quid, ignoring their potential to leak. Any figures for leaking I wonder? That would make a false economy.
Zinc Carbon batteries, low capacity, also more likely to leak and ruin whatever they are put in. OK if used quickly.
False economy.
Alkaline much better for remotes as they are less likely to leak, last much longer. 6 for a quid the other day.
You need to use all 15 batteries to change a channel on your TV, then they're drained, need binned and need replaced .
quality
these are not least for long time Even in remote control u may have to replace them 3 times a year
Only good for low drain items.
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kodak 11 batteries ( AA+AAA) £1.00 @ POUNDLAND

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went to Leicester and found myself this great deal at cheaper price.
went to Leicester and found myself this great deal at cheaper price.
Baz417 Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago11 Comments
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Always have some in for the odd remote control (tv not radio controlled helis etc) failure. Normally I find these 1.5V or thereabouts when I check them.
They currently sell the Kodak Xtralife ones that are Alkaline in packs of 4+2 free which are better.
TBH They don't even last in the cupboard unused! I just fitted a some of these to my landline phone found it erratic when I checked the volts were down to 1.1v rather than the usual 1.6V for good ones, they were well in date and had not been used!
Same price as always, duff power that won't power all items, won't ever power my electric salt and pepper mill
OP
Baz417found 1 hour, 4 minutes ago
went to Leicester and found myself this great deal at cheaper price

Is this Leicester-specific? :p AFAIK, Poundland & 99p stores have branches in every major town, so a wasted trip :p
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5% off all Canon, Brother, Epson, Kodak, HP and Lexmark inks using promotional code @ MemoryBits

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Kodak gold 36 exp film 66p tescos

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Not sure if anyone uses these anymore but if so they are £3.23 down to 66p. They had at least 20 on the shelf in Barnstaple tescos extra. Also single use camera/film heavily reduced.
Not sure if anyone uses these anymore but if so they are £3.23 down to 66p. They had at least 20 on the shelf in Barnstaple tescos extra. Also single use camera/film heavily reduced.
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Kodak Alkaline AA 16 pack for £1.98 delivered at Ebuyer

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Cheap and good batteries. Also 2% quidco cashback. 16 pack of alkaline AA batteries Expire 2017
Cheap and good batteries. Also 2% quidco cashback. 16 pack of alkaline AA batteries Expire 2017
Wonderkid147 Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago54 Comments
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ebuyer use yodel for delivery, cold as ice
Sorry, I don't kiss muppets - their stupidity might be contagious.
dck
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KFK88
Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....

Are you really this stupid? :|
Are you two having a Jeremy Kyle moment come on kiss and make up life is to sort to argue
KFK88
dck
KFK88
Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....

Are you really this stupid? :|
dck
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Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....
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5% off popular inks - HP, Canon, Kodak, Epson, Brother, Lexmark using promotional code @ MemoryBits

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Kodak Playfull Waterproof Video Camera Black for only £34.99 down from £100 - Sold by Quantum Wireless and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Its a fantastic little gadget! 720p but with a little video editing 1080p! Here are some features: Records 720p HD video. Waterproof up to 3 metres, drop-proof up to 1.5 metres. Kodak’s Sha…
Its a fantastic little gadget! 720p but with a little video editing 1080p! Here are some features: Records 720p HD video. Waterproof up to 3 metres, drop-proof up to 1.5 metres. Kodak’s Sha…
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chapchap
They must be heavily reduced because who would want to carry around a mobile and one of these?!
Anyone who doesn't have a waterproof mobile?
Awful did not work. .. See reviews
They must be heavily reduced because who would want to carry around a mobile and one of these?!
I had the playsport model which was very good. Since I do tech reviews I need macro which this does not have so even at £35 this is a big no from me.
Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 July 2011
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Different size batteries for less then 99p - Argos

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Found these and if you have kids, and toys, at these prices are ideal to stock up. Wasn't going to post it, however I have found stock in my area (unusual!) so thought I'll pop it up and see if o…
Found these and if you have kids, and toys, at these prices are ideal to stock up. Wasn't going to post it, however I have found stock in my area (unusual!) so thought I'll pop it up and see if o…
sajulldin Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago7 Comments
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Good deal if you can find any.

Thanks
redduck
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redduck
Looks like a clear out of display stock or something because they don't seem to be in stock in almost every branch. :(

Maybe so? I have stock in 4 stores around me, (of which I cleared out)

Lol! So now OOS in those branches too? X)

sorry i edited my post, i meant to say I cleared stock out of two of those stores lool !
sajulldin
redduck
Looks like a clear out of display stock or something because they don't seem to be in stock in almost every branch. :(

Maybe so? I have stock in 4 stores around me, (of which I cleared out)

Lol! So now OOS in those branches too? X)
redduck
Looks like a clear out of display stock or something because they don't seem to be in stock in almost every branch. :(

Maybe so? I have stock in 4 stores around me, (of which I cleared two out)

Edited By: sajulldin on Aug 25, 2013 16:58
Looks like a clear out of display stock or something because they don't seem to be in stock in almost every branch. :(
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Kodak Easyshare M583 14 Megapixel Digital Camera (Black) £29.99 @ Play/Zavvi

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Discontinued as Kodak no longer makes digital cameras. Play.com Zavvi Outlet. Amazon.co.uk is one of few still selling it at £124.90 (1 left). A decent camera and well worth 30 quids.
Discontinued as Kodak no longer makes digital cameras. Play.com Zavvi Outlet. Amazon.co.uk is one of few still selling it at £124.90 (1 left). A decent camera and well worth 30 quids.
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The link doesn't have it anymore
No longer listed.
A marketplace seller has it listed

They have two listed, a black and a purple.
While I can believe it's well worth £30, Amazon certainly aren't selling it. A marketplace seller has it listed and I personally doubt they actually even have it. Presumably it was listed a couple of years ago when it was still selling for that amount of money and they've forgotten to take it down.
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Kodak Alkaline AAA Batteries - 4 Pack 69p @ argos

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Pack of 4 batteries great price for a great battery
Pack of 4 batteries great price for a great battery
mamaoftwo Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago13 Comments
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The Kodak ultra ones from Poundland are the best by far! I put 4 in my daughters Innotab 3 weeks ago and they're still working and she plays with it every day!
Not sure your point? In most cases, these these are manufactured by e.g. Duracell, Energizer, etc, then re-branded
Poundland do not sell these or similar 'alkaline' batteries.

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Poor quality batteries. Kodak sell their brand name to be put on quite a few things, they're not made by them.
Poor quality batteries. Kodak sell their brand name to be put on quite a few things, they're not made by them.
10 for 50p Tesco
But the ones you get in the poundshop, the 10 for £1 are ZINC, not alkaline, hence why they don't last long. Poundland do sell Kodak extralonglife alkaline batteries.
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KODAK ALKALINE BATTERIES - 16 pack for £1.99 delivered @ ebuyer

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Not much to say apart from 16 batteries for £1.99 delivered probably nt as good as duracells but half the price of the pack on offer the day
Not much to say apart from 16 batteries for £1.99 delivered probably nt as good as duracells but half the price of the pack on offer the day
DuncanMiller Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago33 Comments
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therealslimkaty
i have an old Sony Cybershot which was big even for the time, and it guzzles batteries. It would be good to know if worth buying some.

Surely it would make sense to buy rechargeables in that case?

I used rechargeables in it for the first couple of years. But they don't last long enough and annoying having to take the charger on holiday etc with spares. Non rechargeables last better.

I am not sure alkaline batteries last longer than the high end (high mah) modern rechargeables, do they? Does anyone have info on that?
MarkShopper
therealslimkaty
i have an old Sony Cybershot which was big even for the time, and it guzzles batteries. It would be good to know if worth buying some.

Surely it would make sense to buy rechargeables in that case?

I used rechargeables in it for the first couple of years. But they don't last long enough and annoying having to take the charger on holiday etc with spares. Non rechargeables last better.
Lowonpower
I bought Kodak Max batteries from a deal of about 12 - 18 months ago, be warned these leak like crazy both in use and still in the packet. If you will use them within a few months go for it, but don't risk them beyond 12 month's, likely to damage your gadgets.

That is worrying. Where they within their best before date? If so, I'd write a complain as that's not good enough.
therealslimkaty
i have an old Sony Cybershot which was big even for the time, and it guzzles batteries. It would be good to know if worth buying some.

Surely it would make sense to buy rechargeables in that case?
I bought Kodak Max batteries from a deal of about 12 - 18 months ago, be warned these leak like crazy both in use and still in the packet. If you will use them within a few months go for it, but don't risk them beyond 12 month's, likely to damage your gadgets.
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Kodak 10c colour ink and photo paper pack £5.00 Tesco instore

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Reduced from £20. 10c colour ink along with 10 sheets photo paper. Bargain! Peterborough store
Reduced from £20. 10c colour ink along with 10 sheets photo paper. Bargain! Peterborough store
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PigFace73
Is this national?
Just picked up two in Aberdeen Danestone! Still seemed to have a POS at £20 but the clearance area had the exact same set with the correct £5 POS - not sure if you need to watch the pack codes but the two I had scanned at £5
Thanks to OP
Is this national?
Bought this a couple of weeks ago. Great Price
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Original Black and Colour Kodak 30B + 30CL Ink Cartridge Multipack £21.98 @ PrintCartridgeDirect

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Original Black and Colour Kodak 30B + 30CL Ink Cartridge MultipackOriginal Black and Colour Kodak 30B + 30CL Ink Cartridge Multipack 4 Pack ✔ Original Kodak Twin Pack ✔ Replaces: Kodak 30
Original Black and Colour Kodak 30B + 30CL Ink Cartridge MultipackOriginal Black and Colour Kodak 30B + 30CL Ink Cartridge Multipack 4 Pack ✔ Original Kodak Twin Pack ✔ Replaces: Kodak 30
hoz786 Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago5 Comments
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cant provide proof then dont vote cold damn u
show me a link or a pic if the price
cheaper asda
18.99 in Argos..
Cold! Cheaper at Currys @ £19.99
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Kodak A4 Photo paper 20 sheets BOGOF free delivery £5.99 at Argos

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£5.99 @ Argos
As per title, I thought that this was pretty good price, at £0.15 per sheet, after a cursory look for A4 photo paper online.
As per title, I thought that this was pretty good price, at £0.15 per sheet, after a cursory look for A4 photo paper online.
icbtihk Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago4 Comments
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Well at least poor me living in the sticks has actually posted a few things during my time as a member here and tried to help people, unlike
h2yprboy
It's the exact same stuff.
As for pound land it's 10 sheets for £1. So for £6 you'd get 60 sheets.
As for being out in the sticks - poor you

Well at least poor me living in the sticks has actually posted a few things during my time as a member here and tried to help people, unlike you, you troll. Shame you weren't able to have taken advantage of the nappy offer I posted and fashion some type of mattress for your hovel under the bridge that you call your abode.
It's the exact same stuff.
As for pound land it's 10 sheets for £1. So for £6 you'd get 60 sheets.
As for being out in the sticks - poor you
What about poundland? Do they have free delivery or are they very close to where you live? I am out in the sticks, with the nearest one to me is nearly 20 miles away. Is the photopaper there of a comparable standard?
What about Poundland ...
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Argos Kodak 4 x 6 Photo Paper £5.99 buy one get one free collect in store

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Kodak 4 x 6 Photo Paper, for 20 sheets Kodak in Sainsburys £6.99 Remarkable quality for your everyday photos. 60 sheets glossy photo paper. 180gsm. Instant dry.
Kodak 4 x 6 Photo Paper, for 20 sheets Kodak in Sainsburys £6.99 Remarkable quality for your everyday photos. 60 sheets glossy photo paper. 180gsm. Instant dry.
thomascomer Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago3 Comments
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or u can get 6×4 from poundland
Or go to pound land and get 10 sheets for £1 and cut them out yourself??
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Kodak DVD+R 16x 50 pack spindle £5.00 @Tesco

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These are on offer at £2.27 qty 10 but add 5 packs to basket and price reduces to £5 for 50 disks. Delivery to local store is free using click and collect.
These are on offer at £2.27 qty 10 but add 5 packs to basket and price reduces to £5 for 50 disks. Delivery to local store is free using click and collect.
CouchPotatoe Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago33 Comments
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this is 2013
NO,

http://s23.postimg.org/xtnwcrmbv/This_is_KODAK_DVD_R.jpg

(It's funny 'cause it's a 7 year-old meme, see?)
Is this offer only online or can you buy them instore as well? (5 for £5)
I use TDK discs which cost a similar price but are better quality
Add:- Tried the first one, and it wouldn't burn. Just stayed 0.0%. Odd, I thought. I tried it in something straight forward in Nero, a dvd data disc. e-books. At first it said the dvd wasn't empty, but asked did I want it to burn (first time I'd seen THAT) so it burned. Said "completed successfully", but won't play and doesn't show up at all in any way whatsoever. I knew they'd be poor - but not THIS bad

Edited By: PhilK on Jun 19, 2013 20:35
Just got them today. VERY poor quality make, AML - there is a site which informs you of the quality of blank discs, and places them in 4 catagories, 1 is best, 4 is worst, and these are 4.
Still - I do discs for friends (and most often don't get the discs replaced) so these'll do
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KODAK ESSENTIAL USB POWER PACK KP1000 £6.99 @ The Hut

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Seems cheap.. ive orderd one so thought id pass it on.. enter code: tech for 10% off. Ever have your battery run out when you’re on an important call or listening to your favorite song?
Seems cheap.. ive orderd one so thought id pass it on.. enter code: tech for 10% off. Ever have your battery run out when you’re on an important call or listening to your favorite song?
scotthebot Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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Cheap, but 1000 mAh is tiny though. I'd rather pay more and get one with a decent capacity. I know it's an extra 20 quid, but this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG is 10,000 mAh and excellent

That one's £26 - the 5400mAh one is £20
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005NFOA0S/ref=noref?ie=UTF8&psc=1&s=computers

That's why I said an *extra* 20 quid on top of the 6 for the cheap one :)
£2.99 in home bargains.
lazyfatboy
Cheap, but 1000 mAh is tiny though. I'd rather pay more and get one with a decent capacity. I know it's an extra 20 quid, but this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG is 10,000 mAh and excellent

That one's £26 - the 5400mAh one is £20
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005NFOA0S/ref=noref?ie=UTF8&psc=1&s=computers
Cheap, but 1000 mAh is tiny though. I'd rather pay more and get one with a decent capacity. I know it's an extra 20 quid, but this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG is 10,000 mAh and excellent
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Kodak Essential USB Power Pack KP1000 £6.29 delivered @the hut

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now i know a lot of users of this site wont use the hut but i have to say that ive had no problems with orders off them in the past and this looks like a real bargain and with the smart phone well and…
now i know a lot of users of this site wont use the hut but i have to say that ive had no problems with orders off them in the past and this looks like a real bargain and with the smart phone well and…
bulldog123 Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago9 Comments
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£2.99 in Home bargains.

checked my local home bargains staff said never stocked them
£2.99 in Home bargains.
Agreed this is silly capacity. For double the price you could get 8 times the capacity and have something half decent.
1000mah really isnt a lot. You would be much better off buying something with at least 3000mah capacity, at least that way you will get a full charge even after allowing for what power your phone will use whilst on.
most people i know Usually run out of charge before the end of the day this item should give them a few more hours to play with until they get home to charge the phone so it would have a use with my friends
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10 PACK OF KODAK AA & AAA BATTERIES £0.50 @ TESCO INSTORE

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Not sure if store specific or if it's national but this is a great price to stock up on batteries.
Not sure if store specific or if it's national but this is a great price to stock up on batteries.
lufc1988 Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago25 Comments
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Crazy Deal!!!!
Great price but will last marginally less time than it took to post this deal!
They leak and do not last long. I had packets and packets that were dead before I had a chance if using them.
Truly terrible batteries they never last very long - give 'em a miss.
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These are ok for kids toys, but rubbish for mine lol. Cant complain for 50p though :)


jamming
what u all moaning about its a deal @50p what do u all want a gold mine


Pretty sure Zoe_B was moaning for different reasons but thats another story LMAO


Haha ;)
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Kodak KP100-C Portable Charger - £2.99 - Home Bargains

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Mains unit charges attached USB devices and also charges the portable USB battery pack for portable power. Two AA Ni-MH batteries included.
Mains unit charges attached USB devices and also charges the portable USB battery pack for portable power. Two AA Ni-MH batteries included.
Talis Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago2 Comments
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Bought one yesterday, haven't really had a chance to see if it is any use.
http://www.kontramobile.de/media/files/bilder/kontramobile/kp1007.jpg
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Kodak Essential USB Power Pack KP1000 for £6.99 @ Zavvi

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Free shipping & possible quidco cashback as well. Been wanting to get one of these things for a while now. Great price for 1000mAh @ less than £7 delivered. Hope it works well.
Free shipping & possible quidco cashback as well. Been wanting to get one of these things for a while now. Great price for 1000mAh @ less than £7 delivered. Hope it works well.
kam123 Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago7 Comments
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Just had a look at the pictures and considering it has less than half the capacity of most smartphones it is really quite large. It is half the capacity of a phone battery so why is it literally 10 times or more the volume?

Kodak rubbish that's why, they're not exactly cutting edge these days........
It won't fully charge me Samsung Galaxy S3 or S4 if I upgrade in the future.
At 1000mAh, it won't charge a modern smartphone. cold sorry
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KODAK FUNSAVE CAMERA £1.00 @ Tesco instore

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Hello Just got back from Lewisham Tesco I found a Kodak disposable camera for only £1.00 yea just a quid 27 pictures plus 12 free = 39 pictures. No sure if its nationwide or just local. Very happ…
Hello Just got back from Lewisham Tesco I found a Kodak disposable camera for only £1.00 yea just a quid 27 pictures plus 12 free = 39 pictures. No sure if its nationwide or just local. Very happ…
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WAS going to post a comment that film is infinitely better than any digital. But then, thought to myself; I also prefer my music served on Vinyl and my weekend car has a twin carb. Seeing that I am slowly turning into my father, I shall be quiet.

Digital has the capacity to kill film with the resolutions its capable of. But will it ever challenge real ULF? Doubt it.

I remember being at Uni and in some guy's room when he 'showed off' his CD player with some Metallica. "Listen to that! No hiss!". I didn't tell him yeah but no music. It was Metallica alright but a soulless rendition. I remember auditioning a digital v analogue front end at Chris Brookes. With the vinyl I could actually tell the guy how many instruments were playing. But no doubt digital had come a long way too.

The only 'motor' I have now was produced in 1979.

Digital photography has already killed film. You still get some medium/large format purists who like to use film because they think it gives marginally better resolution than 35mm digital (but with more grain from what I can tell) but it is such a pain to work with that the vast majority of professionals use digital exclusively now. In respect to 35mm film, digital surpassed it a number of years ago. Even smaller sensor cameras like the olympus em-5 produce better images than 35mm cameras do and offer much more creative possibilities in post processing.

The vinyl/cd debate is just a minefield. DACs have come a long way since the 80s (which i presume was when your friend at uni was showing off his early cd system if he was boasting about "no hiss") so it may be worth trying again. You can now download 192/24 music from the internet that is the exact same quality as the music was recorded in the studio. If you still like vinyl more than 192/24 on a good system then you probably like the colouration of the sound that a record player gives instead of the music being more faithfully reproduced. I personally can't tell any difference between CDs and "high res formats" like 96/24 or 192/24 so I have all my music ripped from CDs in FLAC format and play them on squeezeboxes. I guess that some of the appeal of vinyl is the process of taking the record out of the sleeve, looking at the album artwork and then putting it on the turntable. I prefer to play any one of my albums at the touch of a button from across the room so I guess it is just what you are in to. Vinyl and film photography are probably similar in that regard. The photographers who still use film like to develop the film themselves so enjoy the process too.

£1 disposable cameras give none of the enjoyment of film because you just point, click, wind and then at the end of the film you hand it in at boots and you get some underexposed, infinity focused, badly white-balanced pictures back.

Sorry for the long, kind of off topic post. Music and photography are two of my main hobbies and i find different ponts of view interesting.


No worries matey.

What I meant with the film line was that film still lives on. It isn't dead...yet. Sure you could stitch as many digital frames together as needed to equal say a single 12 x 20 inch or larger fine grain sheet film . But then we can also get into 'hybrid' to blurr the distinction by scanning and stitching ULF film. And in some regards film is the more direct way to go eg alternative processes than use a negative in contact with some sensitized material. And for those who care for such stuff its the 'traditional' way for alt processes. LOL I am no big techy though so the idea of making digital negatives makes me glaze over :) I still remember going to an art gallery and seeing a life sized print from a large format neg. The pic must have been iro 6m wide and was pretty 'lifelike'. Also in reading the book of pyro the author trialed various developers on photos of clouds iirc . The other devs were perfectly respected chemistries but for this guy the prints didn't look 'right'. They didn't look cloud like. He described the PMK developed film as looking almost 3D and very cloud like. I guess some people see different things and want different things. I mean Lomography - what's that about! oOX)

However you are right in one regard - the tangibility and tactility. I like the hands on approach and although I really don't shoot 35mm anymore I have kept one of my Nikon bodies out of sentimentality. It has such a lovely feeling working with it, winding the film on, turning the dials. So well made and slick. Actually I like the 'photographic process' so much I have generally got my film developed and done little more with it. Its almost secondary to the act of looking at my surroundings in different ways. Although I use my Sinar very infrequently I love using it even though it may take me an hour to decide how I'm going the place the camera.

I got shut of my analogue front end many many years ago. I didn't really enjoy 'working' with vinyl. It was the ease of working with digital that swung it for me. In fact also many many years ago the best system I ever heard was a £20K solid state affair. Not sure about the colouration though. For me it was about information and at that time vinyl still had it. I also made time to listen to musical instruments at first hand so I knew what things should sound like. I also used to really listen to my music - Kate Bush's The Kick Inside being one of my favourites to listen to. I'd feed and water myself, get a comfy chair in the right spot, even position my head in the right spot on the chair in the right spot :) These days I am not so interested in audio quality. Music to me is just background stuff now as I get on with other things. Its been years since I put a CD (or any music) onto my hifi. I just have a lil dock and mp3 player. Was this 'fall' in part due to biting the bullet and going digital? Dunno but maybe.

The only use for the £1 disposable for me would to be a backup of a back up where power supplies may be limited. So not my thing though I'd encourage anyone to 'have a go' just for the experience to see what some photography was like.

Cheers. Gotta get on with 'stuff'.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Apr 23, 2013 17:02
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WAS going to post a comment that film is infinitely better than any digital. But then, thought to myself; I also prefer my music served on Vinyl and my weekend car has a twin carb. Seeing that I am slowly turning into my father, I shall be quiet.

Digital has the capacity to kill film with the resolutions its capable of. But will it ever challenge real ULF? Doubt it.

I remember being at Uni and in some guy's room when he 'showed off' his CD player with some Metallica. "Listen to that! No hiss!". I didn't tell him yeah but no music. It was Metallica alright but a soulless rendition. I remember auditioning a digital v analogue front end at Chris Brookes. With the vinyl I could actually tell the guy how many instruments were playing. But no doubt digital had come a long way too.

The only 'motor' I have now was produced in 1979.

Digital photography has already killed film. You still get some medium/large format purists who like to use film because they think it gives marginally better resolution than 35mm digital (but with more grain from what I can tell) but it is such a pain to work with that the vast majority of professionals use digital exclusively now. In respect to 35mm film, digital surpassed it a number of years ago. Even smaller sensor cameras like the olympus em-5 produce better images than 35mm cameras do and offer much more creative possibilities in post processing.

The vinyl/cd debate is just a minefield. DACs have come a long way since the 80s (which i presume was when your friend at uni was showing off his early cd system if he was boasting about "no hiss") so it may be worth trying again. You can now download 192/24 music from the internet that is the exact same quality as the music was recorded in the studio. If you still like vinyl more than 192/24 on a good system then you probably like the colouration of the sound that a record player gives instead of the music being more faithfully reproduced. I personally can't tell any difference between CDs and "high res formats" like 96/24 or 192/24 so I have all my music ripped from CDs in FLAC format and play them on squeezeboxes. I guess that some of the appeal of vinyl is the process of taking the record out of the sleeve, looking at the album artwork and then putting it on the turntable. I prefer to play any one of my albums at the touch of a button from across the room so I guess it is just what you are in to. Vinyl and film photography are probably similar in that regard. The photographers who still use film like to develop the film themselves so enjoy the process too.

£1 disposable cameras give none of the enjoyment of film because you just point, click, wind and then at the end of the film you hand it in at boots and you get some underexposed, infinity focused, badly white-balanced pictures back.

Sorry for the long, kind of off topic post. Music and photography are two of my main hobbies and i find different ponts of view interesting.


Edited By: davestavros on Apr 23, 2013 07:44
czechoslovakia
WAS going to post a comment that film is infinitely better than any digital. But then, thought to myself; I also prefer my music served on Vinyl and my weekend car has a twin carb. Seeing that I am slowly turning into my father, I shall be quiet.

Digital has the capacity to kill film with the resolutions its capable of. But will it ever challenge real ULF? Doubt it.

I remember being at Uni and in some guy's room when he 'showed off' his CD player with some Metallica. "Listen to that! No hiss!". I didn't tell him yeah but no music. It was Metallica alright but a soulless rendition. I remember auditioning a digital v analogue front end at Chris Brookes. With the vinyl I could actually tell the guy how many instruments were playing. But no doubt digital had come a long way too.

The only 'motor' I have now was produced in 1979.
themachman
cant believe you can still buy these!surely its at least £3 to get them developed?be better off buying a real cheap digi camera

While I'm not a fan of disposable cameras, this is simply illogical.

You aren't considering certain things... a dirt cheap digital camera will produce worse photos than a disposable camera.
Some people might want a disposable camera for certain occasions, a hike, a festival, any place where they're worried about taking a digital camera.
Some people might just want the nostalgia of taking photos on a film camera but don't want to commit to buying a non-disposable one.
I remember buying one of these is about 2006 on a visit to Chicago. My proper camera ran out of battery so I was stuck with my nokia n80 or I could buy a disposable. I decided to buy a disposable because i thought that it would take better pictures. How wrong I was! 7 year old phone camera technology was far superior to this. Better resolution, better exposure, better colours, video and instant review of images. I think that you might as well get some beaten up old nokia from ebay for £10. Get one with a proper xenon flash and it will be much better on a night out as you'll be able to call a taxi with it too. I can't imagine there will be much change out of £10 once you get a couple of these developed.