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Excerpt: This is the Polaroid PDC 3035 digital camera, its a basic point and shoot digital camera with a built in flash and a 3.2 mega pixel image resolution. Also has video recording with sound and 1.5 inch LCD screen on the back and has a SM memory card slot, also with a USB cable to plug it up to your PC and is powered by 4 x AA batteries.
Pros: Really light, fairly good image quality .
Cons: Not so good for shooting indoors, and quite a big camera .
Excerpt: ₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪ Polaroid PDC 3035 ₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪₪ This camera was my very first digital camera, and I was more than impressed with it……..at first. I received this camera as a present from my then partner for my Christmas all the way back in 2003. I know that he paid around £100 for it, and this was a reasonable price back then.
Pros: A good first camera, good sound quality, average photo quality .
Cons: Flash isn't great, not great for darker photos, colours not true .
Excerpt: Though my review may be slightly tainted by the new camera I have, which I can't fault at all. But with my previous camera i am going to have to try and keep this as polite as possible : -) Generally I like to keep my reviews short and to the point, but now I realise it is harder to do when you're disappointed with the product.
Pros: Takes AA Bateries
Cons: Wipes out AA battery's in a flash, Poor picture quality .
Excerpt: Hi. I have owned this particular camera for around six months. Where from and cost I brought this particular model from Argos at the time of purchase it was on a special offer. The camera alone for £99.99 or if you brought the camera, smart card and camera bag you had the lot for £127.99 or there abouts, seperatly the bag was £19.99 and the media card I think was around £25 so ineffect you got the bag free really but saved 3p on the price you would have paided for just...
Excerpt: I bought this camera for £99 from Argos in November 2003. It ws the first digital camera I had ever bought and I was basically looking for a nice simple camera which could take good quality photos. My first impression when I removed the camera from its packaging was that it was fairly large. However, it is not THAT much larger than your average camera and it came with a pouch which meand that carrying it around is no problem.
Pros: Cheap, great movie function, can take good pictures while outside
Cons: Very unreliable flash, poor photo quality while indoors
Excerpt: I have owned a Polaroid PDC 3035 digital camera for about 4 months now and am totally impressed. Firstly, I think that it the best priced camera for it's resolution (at 3.2 million pixels). Versitility of the product is excellent and using peripherals like smart media cards, usb connections etc. are relatively easy.
Pros: Easy to use, lightweight, nice appearance, value for money
Excerpt: I was looking for a reasonable digital camera when I saw this PDC3035 in Argos, it seemed a great offer, a 3.2 megapixel camera for less than the price of many 2 megapixel ones. Polaroid was also a name that I knew and trusted, in a wash of unfamiliar brands (although i learnt later that polaroid had actually licenced their name to a differnet company that produces these cameras).
Excerpt: I'd been vaguely thinking about a digital camera for ages. I enjoy photography, and also having prints in albums, but there are times when I want a picture immediately, rather than having to wait to finish the film, and then have it processed. I also like to have general photos of scenery for one of my web-sites, but don't generally want these as prints - so it always seems a bit of a waste to use my ordinary camera for them, particuarly since I tend to take two or three...
Pros: Great price, good colour, reasonable quality outside
Cons: Not so good indoors, delay in taking pictures, limited flash distance
Excerpt: I bought this camera from Argos for the 'special' price of £99.99. Wow, only £99.99 for a 3.2 mega pixel digital camera, I thought... When I got home the software was relatively easy to put on my computer - all was going well, until I tried taking pictures. I was trying to take a picture of a large book - no matter how far away or close up I got the results were terrible - inside or out.