How to Buy Wholesale Disposable Cameras
Wholesale disposable cameras are disposable cameras bought in quantity. Bulk disposable cameras are the best single-use camera deal online. If you really want to save money, disposable digital and disposable film cameras can be bought wholesale, in quantity.
This is a great idea for many events such as weddings, where they can be provided as a table favor for each guest to have fun with at the reception. One company offers these for $11.95 per camera (this is for a quantity 20 or more and includes the cameras, the processing, place cards and instructions for the place settings and it also includes a free photo web site). In general, a higher quantity will allow for a lower item price.
Wholesale disposable cameras or bulk disposable cameras usually offer 27 exposures and 400 to 800 ASA film speed. They sometimes come with a flash, and may be for indoor/outdoor use. Sometimes cameras come with images imprinted on them, and this external decoration (which does not affect the performance) can affect the price. Look for out-of-season images, such as an American flag in December or a Christmas tree in July.
Even disposable cameras with many features can be had for good prices if bought in bulk and/ or wholesale. For example, a re-loadable underwater sports camera with a flash, 27 exposures and 400 ASA speed can be found for under $5 if bought in bulk (25 or more).
There are many sources online, such as eBay. When ordering, it is a good idea to keep an eye out for, outdated, short-dated, or re-used cameras.
There are many options available through wholesale; buy bulk disposable cameras to get the very best price for many occasions such as weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, holidays, New Year's, school proms, retirement dinners, business events, conventions, reunions, dances - the possibilities are endless.
Disposable Cameras Info provides detailed information about digital, wedding, and underwater disposable cameras, as well as cheap and wholesale disposable cameras. Disposable Cameras Info is the sister site of Underwater Cameras Web.
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