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kodak sport water reuseable cameras


great writeup your article after i found an old Kodak Max Sport still with film and decided i'd open it up. i found this one.
CIS187ENG.pdf (application/pdf Object) from kodak's site.

thanks i was trying to figure out how to modify the film spool in order to use consumer films. i was about to see if i can swap out a normal shutter button that works with the regular films. but your method is easier.

currently reusing the special cameras such as the underwater cameras seem to be the best reason to reusing one-time cameras. but i'd take the disposable ones where i dont want to take an expensive camera.


Thu, 25 Jan 2007 10:37:27 -0800

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