Disc cameras, introduced by Kodak in 1982, have not been sold since 1989. Kodak is the only remaining maker of disc film, and offers the following three products (all soon to be discontinued). The only disc film that is currently available is all color negative and has a speed of ISO 125. Given the nature of disc film, each disc has 15 exposures. You may have trouble finding this film at your local store, but any Kodak outlet can order this stuff.

If you are looking for processing for disc film, try Clark Color Labs. Their National Headquarters is: P.O. Box 96300, Washington, D.C. 20077-7195

We also know of a guy who has lots of out-of-date disc film at below-bargain-basement prices. You'll find him listed in the SWAPMEET section of the SUBCLUB.

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