Conclusion: Overall I feel the Polaroid PDC3350 is a very good camera and is strictly ideal for the starters. It’s a great shoot and point camera with good image quality and very easy to use.
Pros: Excellent construction, Fit and finish, Battery door is not flimsy, Excellent macro mode, Optical zoom, Lens, Good image quality, Uses 2 AA Batteries, TV-Out, Bundle
Cons: Shutter is a bit slow + slow onboard memory, Some color problems in some instances and overexposing of flash, Basic advances features, Some distortions at midday/night; massive graining at high ISO at midday
Excerpt: The Polaroid Photomax PDC 3350 ($299 list) is the largest and least expensive product in this roundup. But it has the look and feel of a cheap camera, with subpar performance, only a handful of features, and ho-hum image quality.
Summary: The Polaroid PhotoMax PDC3350 is an entry-level three-megapixel 3x zoom camera. It features 16MB of built-in memory plus a SD card slot to add additional memory. The 1.5-inch color LCD can be used for framing your shots as well as reviewing your pictures and movie clips.