I'm looking at the Kodak FUNSAVER disposable camera.
Does anyone know what the shutter speed, aperture, and focal length of this camera are? Are they fixed, or do they adjust automatically?
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Disposable cameras usually work in a completely fixed mode of operation (lens focus, aperture and shutter speed). The flash can be turned on or off but power output is fixed . Exposure variations are handled during developing (since nobody expects the absolute highest quality from disposable cameras the effects of pushing or pulling the film go unnoticed).
Fuji disposables use a single element 30mm f/11 lens whilst the ones made by Kodak have a patented 30mm f/10 lens consisting of two aspherical moulded plastic elements. Both manufacturers use a shutter speed of 1/100s and ISO800 film.