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Ilford Sprite 35-II Film Camera (Black)

BH #ILS35IISCB • MFR #2005152
Ilford
Ilford Sprite 35-II Film Camera (Black)
Key Features
  • 35mm Reusable Film Camera
  • Fixed-Focus Wide-Angle Lens
  • Built-In Flash
  • Optical Viewfinder
Offered here in black, the Sprite 35-II Film Camera from Ilford is a basic and easy-to-use film camera for general use. The camera has a fixed-focus wide-angle lens, perfect for capturing most well-focused daylight scenes, and the camera also features a built-in flash with a 15 second recycle time for night time shooting. Compatible with 35mm color negative or black and white film, the Sprite-II allows you to capture quick snapshots or moody monochrome scenes. Designed for simple operation, the camera has a manual film advance winding lever to move through each exposure and rewind the roll when the film is finished.
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Ilford SPRITE 35-II Overview

Offered here in black, the Sprite 35-II Film Camera from Ilford is a basic and easy-to-use film camera for general use. The camera has a fixed-focus wide-angle lens, perfect for capturing most well-focused daylight scenes, and the camera also features a built-in flash with a 15 second recycle time for night time shooting. Compatible with 35mm color negative or black and white film, the Sprite-II allows you to capture quick snapshots or moody monochrome scenes. Designed for simple operation, the camera has a manual film advance winding lever to move through each exposure and rewind the roll when the film is finished.

Ilford SPRITE 35-II Specs

Film Format35 mm
Focal Length31mm
Aperturef/9
Shutter Speed1/120 Seconds
Minimum Focus Distance3.3' / 1 m
ViewfinderOptical Window
FlashBuilt-In
Maximum Flash Recycle Time15 Seconds
Film WindManual
Power Source1 x AAA Battery
Dimensions4.7 x 2.6 x 1.7" / 119 x 67 x 44 mm
Weight4 oz / 122 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.345 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.4 x 3.5 x 2.2"

Ilford SPRITE 35-II Reviews

advance wheel breaks

By Sarah
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-09

Took this camera to a couple of concerts. The first time, it worked beautifully and i got some nice shots. BUT, the advance film wheel has an issue now (not sure how) where it doesn't advance to the next shot. I thought I had perhaps loaded the film wrong, but nope. It happened again and looking at the reviews, I see others had the same issue. So now I'm out two rolls of film and some concert memories.

A gift

By Natasha
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-04

Bought this as a gift. Definitely better than buying disposable cameras. A larger downpayment but overall it lasts longer and is cheaper than disposables.

Camera broke after first use

By James
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-11

The film advance stopped working after the first roll.

Worst

By Vahe
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-28

I have shot 2 films. The first one came empty, the other one the pictures were on each other (like double exposure). Don't know how

Unfortunately

By Irakli
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-17

In total, I only managed to photograph 2 films and the flash does not work anymore :(

It's great, when the flash works

By Erika
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-18

It's a fun camera... I only use it for fun reception dancing shots, which means I need the flash to be reliable. I give it time to recycle and sometimes it just doesn't fire, which is annoying. The flash ready light also flickers or sometimes isn't very bright. Because it's so cheap, I'm probably going to try a different one.

Film advance broke second time

By Raval
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-07

Never got to use the camera. Film advance dial broke on second shot. Water a roll of fil. Totaal junk for me. Imagine this is an Ilford product and a Holga is superior in build quality.

Flimsy Film Advance

By Kevin
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-03

Film advance seems to have an issue, first roll was fine second roll it didn't feel right and now third roll seems that the film advance is almost completely done and film counter no longer works at all.

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