Excerpt: I should briefly preempt my review by stating that I am a photo enthusiast who grew up towards the end of the 35mm film age, but I have never owned an instant film camera. I currently use a Nikon D7000 with a bunch of primes, flash guns, and other semi-pro equipment.My first interaction with this camera was when my sister pulled it out of her bag and snapped a photo during a recent family trip.
Excerpt: A nice basic product. The usages are limited to the younger ones (i.e. kids) who do not expect the quality of a digital camera, but anyway does what it is intended to, especially regarding the humble price
Summary: I bought this product because I always wanted an instant camera, I found it very cute and vintage. The only thing I dislike about the product is that I don't understand how to take off the flash and some pictures look dark or very bright, but it has a very simple operation. My friends liked it and also want to buy it. It's a very fun and cool camera and you won't regret buying it.
Summary: Is a simple camera. That's the proposal. Fun and it works perfectly. The film cartridge is easy to handle and your photos are a nice souvenir to give to friends on any occasion. Weaknesses is the low light sensitivity, and shallow depth of field rather large body makes it impractical to carry in a small bag. Rescues the old way of shooting on Polaroid cameras.