Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE

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Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE

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

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Review of "Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE"

published 04/10/2000 | CharlieJax
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Pro price, fun picutres, sticky film
Cons low photo quality, size, uses batteries like butter on a hot day
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"Fun, but useful?"

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 the pictures require you to be only a few feet from your subject or they look like mini-me.

If you want to have a way to take photos of people and slap them on the wall or into your wallet I'd pick one of these up, but buy a few packages of film, the camera can take some getting use to to get the photos right.

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Product Information : Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE

Manufacturer's product description

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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