Snap It, Scrap It

Disposable razors are one thing, but will anyone buy a throwaway camera? Fuji Photo Film and Eastman Kodak apparently think so. Their new rival models, both announced last week, combine film, plastic lens and a shutter into one small box. After shooting pictures, users will take the entire camera to a photo lab for film processing. Kodak's Fling, which could be available by the summer, will sell for $6.95 and take 24 shots. It contains the 110 film used in Kodak's Instamatic cameras. Fuji will begin selling its Quick Snap this spring. It will cost less than $10 for 24 exposures...

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