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The photos are okay quality. Not the best, but still pretty cool. It did print a little dark, but I think that's because the picture is so small. I have not taken videos on it yet. I'm sure that if you hook it up to your computer, to transfer the pictures, the quality would be better too.
how long does the battery last? I am wanting to use it for a DYI photobooth with printing pictures out for our guests. 6 days ago
We used it all day while sight seeing and the battery lasted. Not sure how it'd do if your printing over and over again, but you could always keep an extension cord and it would be easy to keep it plugged in and charging for a Photo Booth.
Yes. It's got a couple timer settings. I've used them before. A 3 sec. & either a 7 or 10 sec. I can't recall which. It takes the best photos with good lighting. Flash creates some glare. But overall it's a decent camera for taking pics to create collages & memory books!
I want to get my nieces, 10 &13 acquainted w/ polaroid cameras & photos. What is a good starter option for them? I'm open to any suggestions, thanks! 18 days ago
I really like this one it takes a little bit of effort to get the hang of all of the options and such. But, it is a very good option because of the digital camera aspect that allows you to decide which picture you want to print out instead of being stuck with only one. Hope that helps!
how to print the picture with a border??? Jun 28, 2015
If I remember correctly I think when you've chosen the picture you want to print and you're on the print page before you print push menu and there you can change the color (add a filter I mean) and add a the standered Polaroid border as well as chose from other borders in the cameras collection. Just rember that when you add a border it crops the picture so when your in the print page after you chose the border there with be a red box around your picture and that will determine where the border cuts off on your picture. Hope that helps! :)
how do you print? is the paper already loaded, and if so how many sheets can the camera hold? or do you have to load it every time you want to print? Jun 17, 2015
The film comes in packs of 10, so I assume that's the max it will hold. I'm not brave enough to try any more than that. It prints very quickly. When you start you load the film stack in with the blue card barcode down on the bottom and the film shiney side up. All of this is in the directions and on the wrapping of the film