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Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE

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Analogue Cameras - Compact - Instant - without Built-in Flash - without Red Eye Reduction

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“Resurrecting the izone”

published 12/06/2011

Proeasy to use

Consno more film!

Goodness me, I got this camera when I was about 15 so it is around 11 years ago now! Surprisingly it still works but you can't get hold of the film anymore and Polaroid stopped making it in 2006! However, on seeing as documentary on the history of Polaroid the izone was mentioned and the...

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ProComes in variety of colours, easy to use, no proce...

ConsLeaking caustic paste, expensive film, easy to rui...

Polaroid I-Zone Cameras cost around £18 from Boots. I bought mine a while ago when they were only available in red, blue or green, but since then the range of colours has widened. Some of the newer ones even come with changeable covers like mobile phones do. I-Zones are easy to load, but I nearly...

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“My Little i”

published 03/03/2003

ProLots of fun

ConsFilm can be expensive

When I was little I remember we had a Polaroid camera, which my dad always got out on ‘Special Occasions.’ It was a massive black box – I’ve lived in smaller flats, and it took several hours to set up (although that could have been just because my dad was doing it!) I grew up thinking Polaroid’s...

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ProCheap camera, easy to use, fun sticky photos

ConsNot very durable, expensive films, hard for kids t...

Ahhh Polaroid... the pioneers of that wonderful brick, the Polaroid camera (surprise surprise!) But what advances have they come up with in the instant-photo market? Well the I-zone instant pocket camera is the answer. Although I wouldn't exactly call it an "advancement in technology". More like...

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“Sticky Pics”

published 06/04/2001

ProCute!, easy to use, easy to load film

ConsExpensive to buy replacement films

From the moment I saw it, I knew I wanted it. It's smooth silver body called to me like a donut calls to a dieting woman. I wanted to care for it and nurture it and take unbelievable silly photos of all my friends with it. And so I bought it.... The Polaroid I-Zone is a mini(ish) camera that...

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ProInstant sticky photos

ConsA bit pricey

My oldest son, who is eight years old, received a Harry Potter photo album for his Christmas. Showing a remarkable degree of cunning, he waited until I had consumed just enough food and drink to be semi-comatose before he demanded his very own camera. Needless to say, for the sake of a quiet life...

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ProInstant photos, small and easy to use

ConsThe cost of the film

A snazzy little Polaroid camera, available in several trendy colours. Taking 2inch x 3inch instant photos, this camera is priced at around £18 in gift kit form, supplied with film and batteries.. Films cost £5.00 for 12 shots (stickers) This clever little number caught my eye late last year. With...

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“Fun way to shoot photographs”

published 21/06/2001

Proeasy to use, convient, one of the kind.

Conscost of film and poor focus

I've always been a big supporter of polaroid film. The only things that I don't care much for is their polaroid camera. I used polaroid film for my 4x5 or medium format, and even the 35mm slide film is one of my favorite film of all time. But they really don't make great camera for their film. I...

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“Two small for me and my cats”

published 18/12/2003

Procompact, easy to use, instant minis

Consphotos far too small, can be tricky loading the fi...

Recently I was given as a present one of these Polaroid cameras the I-Zone and to my luck it was just after I had bought myself the other one, the JoyCam. The reason that I had originally decided to buy the other one was the size of the photos and the fact that you couldn't ‘stick’ them almost...

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“Designed for maximum fun”

published 17/12/2000

ProTakes fun little pictures with adhesive backing, g...

ConsNot good for landscape or outside photographs, can...

Polaroid has bought out a pocket sized camera called an I-Zone. Its concept is that is produces tiny photographs with an adhesive back that are perfect for using as stickers. These can be great fun - for using on greeting cards, for putting in your wallet or for giving to lucky friends. But the I...

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“Oh sooo much fun”

published 20/07/2001

Profun, trendy!!!

Conscost.

It was recently my birthday and unfortuantely it can be said i received gift vouchers which i'mnot a great fan of but luckily it meant that i was forcedto buy something i normally wouldn't have taken a second look at. However as soon as i saw it i knew i wanted it! The idea of being able to take...

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Super

Proa compact camera with all the necessary features

Consthere seems to be a nack to pulling out the pictur...

my boyfriend has just brought me a polaroid izone, as it is so much smaller than my polaroid 600, so a little more handy and less embarrasing to carry around! i have just finished my first 12 pictures that came with the camera, im i think i need to go on a course to learn how to pull out the...

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“Stick it up your...”

published 20/09/2004

ProVery fun-easy to use

ConsNot very good pictures, film is costly

I think I first got an Izone when I was about 12-it was one of those things that everyone has to have-nothing had been down like it before-it was marketed purely for kids/teenagers! They do seem to have gone out of fashion now though-I know I didn't bother buying any new film when the rolls it...

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“Fun, but useful?”

published 04/10/2000

Proprice, fun picutres, sticky film

Conslow photo quality, size, uses batteries like butte...

My name is Charles... and I have a Polariod I Zone camera. While the camera only costs about $20 (US) its use is kind of limited as it only produces wallet sized photos. The best part is you can take instant photos and stick them anywhere using the sticky film, which is great. The worst part, is...

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“Fun but expensive”

published 12/12/2000

Proexcitement of seeing photos straight away

Consexpensive for what it is

This is a good novelty camera for when you just have to see the photos right then but has various downsides. It tends to eat batteries, especially if you happen to put it in your bag and it 'accidentally' switches itself on which happens very easily. The photos are very small and the film can be...

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Product Information : Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE

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Analogue Cameras - Compact - Instant - without Built-in Flash - without Red Eye Reduction

Product Details

Manufacturer: Polaroid

Panorama: No

Film Format: Instant

Compact / SLR: Compact

Camera Lines (Instant): Pocket Cam

Water Protection: without Water Protection

Red Eye Reduction: without Red Eye Reduction

Data Back: without Data Back

Exchangable Lens: without Exchangeable Lens

EAN: 0681066324974, 0019643306424, 74100115919, 74100081634, 74100151801, 74100118552, 74100000451, 74100000017, 74100903257, 74100118521, 74100000468

Built In Flash: without Built-in Flash

Autofocus: without Autofocus

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