How to get disposable camera pictures on your phone: app, fugifilm and kodak

You would need them developed and digitally scanned. most film labs offer that service these days either in addition to, or in lieu of traditional photo prints.


How to get disposable camera pictures on your phone

If they deliver them electronically, you should be able to download them directly to your phone. Otherwise if they provide a cd/dvd, you will need to download them to a computer and then either sync them to the phone, or otherwise send them to the phone (email or a cloud storage solution).


How to get disposable camera pictures on your phone fugifilm

There is no direct way to transfer film from a disposable to a digital format. You can have some labs process and print the film then scan to digital files. Doing it yourself by scanning negatives is a hassle - the negatives have to be back-lighted for you to be able to scan. It would be easier to just have them processed and scanned by the lab. Yes, it costs more but you would get a better result.


How to get disposable camera pictures on your phone kodak

For you to get pictures on your phone you to reload the Kodak disposable camera with your own film and do so in the dark with a 36 exposure roll of film (which is typically the most frames they’ll load in a 35 mm film cassette), you’d end up with around 39 or 40 exposures.

The reason these cameras are loaded in darkness is because the film is rolled out of the cassette on loading, at which point it’s not protected from light by the cassette. As you take photographs with the disposable camera and advance the film, it’s rolled back into the cassette.