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Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]

Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
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Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
Harman Ilford HP5 Plus Disposable Film Camera [B&W 27 Exp]
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: HP5 Plus
  • Weight: 130.00g
S$18.90

Best Develop Before: Jan 2025


The ILFORD HP5 PLUS Single Use Camera is an easy to use, fun camera.


Including 27 exposures of HP5 PLUS, this ISO 400 film makes the camera suitable for most indoor and outdoor shooting situations and is therefore ideal for parties, festivals, weddings, street photography and outdoor events. It contains a built-in flash for low light shooting.


Once used, the film can be processed in standard black & white photo processing solutions in complete darkness or through any lab that offers a dedicated black & white service. Please note that this product is not compatible with some ‘in-store’ high-street lab services – always check a lab can develop black & white film before handing over your camera.

For compatibility with most high-street photo processing services try the ILFORD XP2 SUPER Single Use Camera.


The easy to use ILFORD single use camera offers novice photographers the opportunity to try real black and white photography for themselves. The camera is attractively packaged with strong monochrome images and striking graphics and is ready for counter display. It is loaded with (24+3) 27 exposures of the excellent ILFORD HP5 Plus ISO 400/27º film.


The camera has a built-in flash effective up to 3m/10ft, an f 9·5 30mm lens and a shutter speed of 1/100 sec. It is focus free and gives sharp pictures from 1 metre/3ft to infinity. The camera is supplied with the film wound out of  the cassette and the film is wound back as each picture is taken. A frame counter shows the number of pictures remaining. Safety interlocks prevent double exposures or blank frames.



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