Polaroid name gives you 'something' about this average camera.
9 November 2011
Summary: I interest to buying this camera because of it's name "polaroid". sounds like a legend for camera revolution. I can't describe what I like or dislike of this camera. Averagely, it just like having a regular pocket digital camera.
Summary: Okay, the goods. It is inexpensive when new. It takes outstanding pictures for a point and shoot. Zooms in and out quickly and the standard AA batteries make it convenient to most people. Seems fairly sturdy, though there are more sturdy feeling units out there that cost a lot more. The bad. It can be SLOW when writing to the SD card. Do yourself a favor, get a class 6 card instead of a 2 or 4.
Summary: I bought this camera for my daughter's birthday. It was refurbished and I was a liitle concerned about that, but decided to take a chance.It arrived quickly, and to our dissappointment it didn't work. I immediately emailed OS. They responded within 24 hours, by sending out another camera, as well as shipping info to send the other one back. It came quickly, I wasn't double billed. The new camera works great! I just purchased a refurbished vaccuum cleaner.
Summary: The seller was aware of a battery connection problem and didn't disclose it until the camera arrived at my house (he/she attached a note to the box). The camera routinely goes black and won't power back up until you mess with the batteries. I bought the camera for my preschooler because the children's digital cameras got terrible online reviews.
Summary: I don't like this camera. It's slow to turn on, runs on and goes through AA batteries really quickly and I hate the way my pictures look. I'm not a camera expert, I bought this expecting it to be an easy to use camera and while it is easy enough to use, the pictures are dark. The camera seems to focus on the brightest thing in the shot and everything else is darker.