One of the advantages of using an app for mobile photography is the ability to instantaneously view one's captures—but 'Gudak Cam' is the name of an app inspired by the age of disposable cameras.
With the Gudak Cam app, users are limited to just 24 shots for one film roll, forcing photographers to be more selective with what they choose to take a photo of. On top of this, users must wait an hour to reload the film and wait at least three full days for the photos to "develop."
The app gets its name from the Korean term "Gudagdali," which means "outdated," and aims for consumers to capture only the most special of "Gudak Moments" that are worth preserving through photos.
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