Polaroid Digital Camera

When most people think of Polaroid, they’re likely to think of the instant cameras that dominated during the 1980s. However, the Polaroid camera industry has lasted well into the 21-st century, with a wide array of digital camera for every level of expertise, from beginner to enthusiast to expert … and even a waterproof model for the sporty types.

If you still miss the Polaroid digital camera of the 80′s, consider the CZA-05300B: Polaroid PoGo Instant Digital Camera. This baby offers snap and print capabilities in easy one-step printing. The camera prints out 2 X 3-inch full-color images in under a minute.

There are many features to consider when picking a Polaroid digital camera, which include megapixel power, LCD (liquid crystal display) screen dimensions, whether it shoots video, memory size, computer compatibility, red-eye reduction, fill flash, type of batteries needed, self timers, and more.

It is imperative to try out the camera before you commit to a purchase. Make sure it is comfortable to hold and easy for you to use. Beware of bundle packages, which may sound like a deal but could include many things you may not necessarily need. If you’re carrying the camera on the go, you may want a compact model that you can easily slip into a purse, backpack or pocket. Shop around before settling on a camera. Look out for deals in your weekly circulars and online. It is quite possible you can talk the price down on a device if you can provide proof that another seller is going lower. No price is set in stone.

Consider these camera for beginners. All are good models for standard family pictures or for travel. They are best suited for the untrained photographer who is just in for a point and shoot.

The a530 5.0 megapixel digital camera with a 2.5-inch LCD display that takes video clips and is SD compatible for expanded memory. Features include still image compression in JPEG and AVI, red-eye reduction and fill flash, auto while balance settings, an electronic self-time, PictBridge compatible and PC and Mac compatible. PictBridge is the industry standard for direct printing. The camera includes a USB cable and two AAA batteries. The camera has a 4X digital zoom and 16 megabytes of built-in storage.

The a930 9.0 Megapixel Digital Camera with 2.5″ LCD Display is an easy-to-use device that is great for photographing friends and family. This camera also has 4X digital zoom, 16 megabytes of built-in storage and SD card compatibility for expanded storage. The camera takes video and has red-eye reduction and a self timer. The camera comes with a USB cable and 2 AAA batteries and is PC and Mac compatible. This stylish camera is available inn red, green, magenta and plum. Other features include still image compression for JPEG and AVI, fill flash, auto white balance settings and PictBridge compatibility.

For the camera enthusiasts, consider these models, each that comes with a 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom. These camera are for the more intermediate users, those who want to shoot photography as a hobby, who are looking for a little more than pointing and shooting, but who are not professionals.

The i534: 5.0 megapixel digital camera with a 2.4-inch LCD display offers 32 megabytes of built-in storage and memory card compatibility for expanded storage.

The i733 is a 7.0 megapixel digital camera with a 2.5-inch LCD display is available in black, gray, red, blue, green, purple, orange, and gold. The camera has 16 megabytes of built-in storage, an anti-shake feature for videos and photographs and ultra red-eye reduction. There are ten pre-settings for a variety of environments.

The i737 is a 7.0 megapixel digital camera with a 2.5-inch LCD display offers, anti-shake image stabilization, face tracking for perfect faces, and red-eye removal.

The i835 is a 8.0 megapixel digital camera with a 3-inch LCD display offers anti-shake image stabilization, face tracking, and video clips with audio. This camera is available in black, green, midnight blue, and titanium.

The i836 is a 8.0 megapixel digital camera with a 2.7-inch LCD display lets you preview images before you shoot and offers anti-shake image stabilization, face tracking and in-camera red-eye removal.

The i1035 is a 10 megapixel digital camera with a 3-inch LCD display that includes anti-shake image stabilization, face tracking and red-eye removal.

The i1037 is a 10-megapixel digital camera with a 2.7-inch LCD screen.

For the advanced camera user, consider these options:

The t831, an 8-megapixel with a 3.0 LCD screen. Features include all of the standard features of the enthusiast models, plus a lithium-ion rechargable battery.

The t833 is waterproof and shock resistant up to a point, is 8 megapixels and contains a 2.5-inch LCD screen.

The t1031 is 10 megapixels, has a 3-inch LCD screen, integrated photo software and is available in black, titanium and orange.

The t1234 is a whopping 12 megapixels with a 3-inch LCD screen and includes a lithium ion rechargable battery.

This Polaroid Digital Camera Review is Written/Updated on Oct 2nd, 2009 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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