UK-based Harman, also known as the manufacturer of all Ilford photo products, is introducing a reusable disposable camera to the market for the first time. We know, it sounds a bit contradictory, but the Harman Camera is based on the concept of the disposable camera that we all know. A cheap 35mm camera for everyone. Only it is designed to be reused effectively, which is a lot more durable. Loading the camera with a new film is as simple as any other 35mm film camera and is not as difficult as reloading Lomography's disposable cameras for those who would have tried it before.
The camera comes with two 35mm black-and-white film rolls (36 exposures), being Kentmere 400 that are packed separately. It is therefore perfectly possible to use the camera immediately with another 35mm film of your choice. In addition, the battery is replaceable, as the flash is driven by a standard AAA battery that is also included in the package. To make it easy to take the camera with you, Harman has also provided a wrist strap.
This is the perfect gift for those who take their first steps in the world of analog photography!
The Harman Camera has the following features:
Lens: 31mm, f/10, 1 element
Focus: 1 to 8m
Shutter speed: 1/120s (fixed)
Manual rewind of the film
Film format: 135 film (24x36mm) ISO 200/400
Viewfinder field: 70% coverage
Flash : built-in, switch on and off with a slider - 15s charging time