Film type: 135 (35mm film)
The Fujifilm QuickSnap is produced by Fujifilm and is a single-use or "disposable" 35mm film camera. They pioneered the concept of disposable cameras in 1986. This particular model features a built-in flash for use in the daylight or at nighttime.
At 115mm(W) x 54mm(H) x 34mm(D), it is one of the smallest one-time-use cameras Fujifilm makes. The single shutter speed of 1/140 sec. is also one of the fastest offered in their disposable line-up of film cameras. The 32mm lens is focus free from 1 m to infinity and is made of plastic. The viewfinder is an inverted Galilean-type plastic lens finder.
|1991 Quicksnap Flash|
image by Geoff Harrisson (Image rights)