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Polaroid IF045-BLACK-SOL 14MP Dual Screen Waterproof Digital Camera with 2.7-Inch LCD (Black)


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  • 2.7-Inch rear LCD display
  • 1.8-Inch front LCD display
  • Waterproof up to 10-Feet (3.0 meters)
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Color: Black

This Dual Screen camera has a 2.7-Inch rear LCD display and a 1.8-Inch front LCD display. It features 5X optical zoom and is waterproof up to 10-Feet (3.0 meters) under water. It is a 14.1 MP camera and has a microSD memory card slot.

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 2.9 x 5.8 inches ; 6.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B008RFA16S
  • Item model number: IF045-BLACK-SOL
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,305 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 1, 2012

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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105 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Trinity1979 on December 3, 2012
Color: Blue
We bought this camera for a 10 year old for Christmas this year. Due to the mixed reviews on it, we decided to test the camera as soon as it came in. That way, if it was crap...we had time to return it & buy something else before Christmas gets here. I'm sorry, but we are not having any of the issues that everyone else is having.

You CAN upload pictures from the camera. I think people freak out when they open the battery hatch, and the batteries fall out. It's OKAY! Just plug the USB cable to the computer and camera. The cable supplies the camera with power from the computer and it WILL turn on to transfer pictures. You have to press the power button on top of the camera to turn it on after plugging it in. It will not turn itself on. (We're using a HP desktop computer with Windows 7.) It would have been nice if the USB port on the camera was in a different location than the battery hatch. The Time/Date stamp will reset every time you open the battery hatch. I don't use that feature, so it doesn't matter to me either way...but it might matter to you.

Some people complained that their pictures were blurry? Did you notice the protective film on the camera lense & pull the tab to remove it? After removing the film, did you check to make sure that the lense was clean? You would be surprised what a finger print can do to a photo. That is one downside to this camera...there is no cap, or little door to close to protect the lense.

Moving on... In my experience, most cameras eat batteries. At least mine do. I switched to Lithium batteries. They cost a little more, but are worth the money. Lithium batteries last a lot longer than regular or industrial batteries. You can save power by turning OFF the front display when it isn't needed or wanted.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Craig Johnson on June 10, 2013
Color: Orange
Based on the cost and reviews of this camera, I didn't expect too much. I bought it with the hope that if I got at least a couple decent shots of my family and I running the Dirty Dash 10K I would be happy.

This little camera exceeded my expectations in almost every way. I'll get the few downsides out of the way. First, there is no way to focus on a specific feature in your shot. It's just point and hope for the best. IT IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT TO USE THE LITTLE LEVER ON THE SIDE OF THE CAMERA - THIS ADJUSTS THE FOCUS RANGE FROM NEAR TO FAR. NOT USING THIS LEVER WILL GIVE YOU CONSISTENTLY BLURRY PHOTOS! I was successful in setting it at long distance and leaving it. I haven't used it for any close-up portrats yet. Second, the battery life isn't good. We cranked up the settings to get a full res, biggest size shots, didn't use the flash (it was a beautiful sunny day), and only got about 60 photos. Switch to lithium batteries, rechargeables, or carry extras, because you'll need them! The batteries lasted about 1/2 way through our 10K.

Now, those 60 photos were pretty dang good. Especially considering that camera had just been thrashed through 3 miles of mud, water, hay bales, and climbing walls! When the lens wasn't mud-caked, the shots were clear and crisp. I found the camera very easy to use. I was able to hold it in one hand, point without really looking at the screen and snap a shot. 9 out of 10 times, the photo was perfect.

This little camera survived quite the thrashing! Submerged numerous times in mud and water, bashed around on rocks and walls, and kept on ticking right until the batteries died. For the $70 I spent on it, I couldn't be happier for what I got! 4 out of 5 stars considering the quality, cost, and performance. Overall I firmly feel I got more than my money's worth.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Miller on August 9, 2013
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I got this camera just in time for a pool party, and it was fantastic! Not only does it work perfectly in the water, but the picture and video quality are pretty amazing for the price. My favorite part, however, is the front facing screen, which is perfect for selcas, pictures with friends, and vlogging.

The other reviewers are correct about the short battery life, but I simply purchased 4 batteries and a battery recharger, and those four batteries lasted me for about 6 hours of continuously filming and playing with the camera. Actually, the only problem with this camera that I've noticed so far is that, because this camera is great for outdoor activities, people tend to accidentally turn the video on and off when they, say, jump in the pool. So just be sure to keep your fingers away from the buttons!

Also, as an earlier reviewer stated, -do- pay attention. There is a switch for close up and far away shots on the side of the camera, and it really does affect the quality of the pics and video! That's probably where most of the people who left bad reviews went wrong...

Anyways, I give five stars and my highest recommendation for this camera!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By schooling mom on December 29, 2013
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
Ok, I admit that if I don't have a photograph of it, it didn't happen. So in my photographic addiction I am not able to go snorkeling without documenting every sea cucumber and parrotfish. But, since I know that underwater photos do not come out that well, I was not willing to drop a bunch of money on an underwater camera. I LOVE this camera for what I wanted. It has a large lens to let in lots of light - and it takes reasonable photos underwater. It does not compare to a $500 camera, but it is great for what it is. I can take a million shots as I snorkel, and then touch-them-up on my computer afterwards. Just what I wanted.
I find that now that I own it I use it for all sorts of things - it's really fun at water fitness classes (hehehehehe - then I put them on facebook!), works great for white-water rafting (no worries about getting it wet), canoeing, boating, water-skiing, kayaking, camping, hiking in the rain -- basically anything I do where my expensive camera might get wet or muddy. The photos aren't as good, but at least I have some!
On the negative side, the lenses are not great quality compared to all the Cannon cameras, and the screen is hard to see underwater (because it is not bright enough, but it is still easier to see than trying to look through a view-finder with a mask & snorkel on).
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