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Ilford HP5 Plus B&W Single-Use Film Camera

BH #ILHP5PSUC27 • MFR #1174168
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Ilford HP5 Plus B&W Single-Use Film Camera
Key Features
  • Single-Use/Disposable Camera
  • Loaded with Ilford HP5 Plus B&W Film
  • 27 Exposures
  • Fixed-Focus Wide-Angle Lens
Ready to shoot, this HP5 Plus Single-Use Camera is a compact camera pre-loaded with a 27-exposure roll of the highly versatile Ilford HP5 Plus black and white negative film. This 400-speed B&W film offers fine grain quality, high sharpness, and wide exposure latitude, making it ideal for everyday, all-day-long shooting. The camera itself further complements working with this film with the inclusion of a built-in flash for low-light shooting. The camera also has a wide-angle lens with a fixed focus range and fixed shutter speed for simplicity, and a clear window viewfinder for lining up your shots.
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Ilford HP-5 Overview

Ready to shoot, this HP5 Plus Single-Use Camera is a compact camera pre-loaded with a 27-exposure roll of the highly versatile Ilford HP5 Plus black and white negative film. This 400-speed B&W film offers fine grain quality, high sharpness, and wide exposure latitude, making it ideal for everyday, all-day-long shooting. The camera itself further complements working with this film with the inclusion of a built-in flash for low-light shooting. The camera also has a wide-angle lens with a fixed focus range and fixed shutter speed for simplicity, and a clear window viewfinder for lining up your shots.

UPC: 019498174162

Ilford HP-5 Specs

Film TypeBlack & White
ISO/ASA Film Speed400
Number of Exposures27
Film Format35mm
Built-In FlashYes
Water-ResistantNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.295 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.05 x 4.75 x 1.55"

Ilford HP-5 Reviews

great

By Anthony
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-05

They're great

Pricy but worth it!

By Philip
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-17

Bought these to place in tables for a wedding reception, and folks got some good shots that the bride and groom were very happy to see. Most color disposables have 800 speed film that looks the gross kind of grainy, but HP5 is just perfect and timeless. A little tricky to find places to develop and those that do charge you for it. But for special occasions. It's great!

No Flash

By David
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-21

Draw of the luck, the camera flash did not work.. I've tried pressing/holding for the flash indicator to turn on, but it never worked. The dial to see how many shots I had left stop working. Picture quality is fine when there is good lighting.

Great disposable!

By Madeline
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-24

I love this little disposable camera! I brought it on vacation with me and it was perfect to capture the moments without worrying about going all out with my large camera. Can't wait to develop!

Best b&w disposable

By Megan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-03

I used this for my wedding as a fun tabletop gift. Love !!

Reliable, high quality, easy to use!

By Salma
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-14

I'm new to film so I prefer to buy the disposables before i start purchasing B&W film for my Pentax K1000. This Ilford HP5 has never let me down and has constantly produced high quality images to a point where people think I actually took it with my Pentax (see attached images)! It's quite easy to use in various light settings. It's just like any other disposable: wind up before you shoot, if you want flash make sure to hold the flash button until it lights up and then it's ready, snap your picture and wind up to the next exposure! (see attached images for packaging and camera).

Great Camera

By Mccullough
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-17

easy and fun to use

Awful

By Jill
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-01

We ordered two to have at our wedding. Flash didn't work on either and one roll came up blank. Such a bummer. Save your money, don't buy these.

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Where can I get this camera developed?

Where can I get this camera developed?
Asked by: Jennifer
I ship my film to The Darkroom (thedarkroom.com) in California for developing. I have seen that some WalMarts, CVS and Walgreens still will take film/single-use cameras for developing also. And there are other mail-order labs -- search for "film developing" in Google....
Answered by: Dana
Date published: 2021-10-04

question

Kindly advise how wide is the lens (in mm). Thank you!
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, this information is not listed by the manufacturer, however the angle of view is slightly wider than that of the human eye (roughly 35mm).
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Has anyone opened the camera to self-develop the BW film at home? Is it possible to access the film without special equipment? Does it have to be rewound before opening?
Asked by: Max F.
I do it all the time, but agree that unless you are very careful it is quite possible to get an injury or an electric shock from the flash unit. the place that looks like it is good to pry the camera open takes off one cover and the entire flash unit (300Volts) is fully exposed. I know not to get my bare fingers on the battery to check , but one end of the Battery probably has a high voltage on it also.The roll of HP5 inside looks like a conventional roll, it says 24 exposures but contains 27. Wind the film all the way after the last exposure and the entire film will be in teh cassette.
Answered by: Charles m.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What battery the camera use?
Asked by: Anonymous
My single use camera comes with a slot for me to insert a battery -- the AA and the AAA battery do not fit? Any idea which battery I need here? Flash does not work for me without a battery.
Answered by: cecily c.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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