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Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera with ZINK (Zero Ink) Printing Technology

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Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera with ZINK (Zero Ink) Printing Technology + Polaroid ZINK Media 3 x 4 inch Photo Paper for Polaroid Z340 Camera and Polaroid GL10 Printer - Pack of 100 + Polaroid Studio Series Z340 Instant Digital Camera Case - Black
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 3 x 5.5 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005O08KH6
  • Item model number: 0815361015675
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #834 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 25, 2011

Product Description

Instantly capture and print full-color 3X4" photos in under a minute Uses 3X4" Zink Zero Ink Printing Technology from ZINK Imaging. Environmentally friendly - No ink cartridges or ribbon Snap a digital picture, add custom border and print its so easy.

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But, with this camera, the Z340 has the capability to be instant Polaroid with the built in component of…The Zink Media 3 by 4 Inch paper is great and the quality is good. Read more ›
This is a very interesting camera, makes a lot of fun especially on the parties. The picture quality is excellent! Read more ›
This is a great twist on an old product. It really has quality results and are perfect for scrapbooking. Read more ›
This is a camera and printer all in one. Because its a 14Mp camera definitely the resolution is high and pictures are very sharp and vibrant. You can even edit the pictures… Read more ›
Instant photos with the ability to view and edit before printing. Photo quality is excellent. Read more ›
I bought this for a fun photo booth idea for my kiddos birthday parties. It is SO cool! Read more ›
Very easy to use. Great quality. Read more ›
Nothing like take pictures with family and friends and cherishing the results immediately!! The camera works well, easy to use, and will probably last a long time. Read more ›
Quality is picture perfect, and best of all it has a built in printer, which…Everyone should own at least one of these, they're easy to use and will save you alot of time. Read more ›
I have taken loads of pics with my new one and love it. Easy to use, fun to share with and takes awesome pics. Read more ›
I do alot of insurance work so to be able to get the pictures instantly is huge for me. This camera is cost efficient and also easy to use. I used to carry a photo printer… Read more ›
She has a good digital SLR but loves this. It has lots of cool features. Read more ›
After a false start with a Z340 that didn't work, I…The camera has some really neat modes & features, and the ability to spit out instant prints (which is why I bought it). Read more ›
The ability to add borders to your prints adds a sprinkle…This camera is very well thought out for the amateur photographer with lots of fun modes / features / ease of use. Read more ›
Polaroid is a bang on your wallet! The new Polaroid Z340 Instant Camera is now available and it's big, cute, packed with features, and it's expensive. Read more ›
Dog Owners & Moms will LOVE "Kid Mode". It's been an awesome feature that I pretty much use all the time in my dog boutique. Read more ›
There isn't any place to rest your hands but against the buttons which will change the camera settings. The LCD screen adjustment is normal, bright, or auto. It's too… Read more ›
Pictures look amazing on the LCD screen, even more amazing when you crop, and add borders. But when i printed my very first picture, camera got jammed. Read more ›
The printing quality of the camera is overall disappointing. The photos look great on the LCD, but once printed they are low quality, miscolored, and noisy. If you are… Read more ›
Pictures are printed differently from the view…On the view finder pictures look very clear and nice in color, but when it turns to print, color is not fully rich and clear. Read more ›
I took a variety of pictures with friends and family and they all came out great. The camera was easy to travel around with the color is great! The pictures look like they… Read more ›
It also is very light as well. Easy to carry. Read more ›
I paid full price for a new camera and got a used one with film and someone else's pictures in it. Needless to say, I am beside myself. Read more ›
I was not impressed by it's look & feel. judging by…It would take clear video but pictures had horizontal lines through them, even when transferred to my PC to view them. Read more ›
It runs circles around most modern…The high resolution sensor also allows for the digital zoom to work well without having to worry about picture size afterwards. Read more ›
It runs circles around most modern…The high resolution sensor also allows for the digital zoom to work well without having to worry about picture size afterwards. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

311 of 312 people found the following review helpful By Anakasha on November 16, 2011
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Anyone who loved using Polaroid or Instant cameras in the past, this little (sort of) gem is going to make you do the Charlie Brown happy dance.
I took this baby out the first night that I got it and while it is a bit bulkier than my tiny point and shoot, it is way more fun. My friends and I were backstage at a show and we were able to take photos with the band and have them autograph the photos for us. Not to mention when was the last time you got a group of people standing around laughing at pictures you just took.

As much as I love my new friend maker, there are a number of pros and cons.

Pros:
The amount of visual effects that can be added to the pictures is staggering considering that this camera is doing a lot to begin with.
There are 10 different borders from snowflakes, and hearts to standard Polaroid, and for the vintage peel apart enthusiast there is a border just for you.
A multitude of shooting programs from the standard come with every camera (daylight, night, portrait, landscape) to a plethora of fun ones like LOMO, snow (for shooting against snowy background), party, soft skin, flowing water, fisheye, and my personal favorite pre-composition where you can take a picture as a reference first and then shoot the subject in front of the precaptured image.
In addition there are also color options like vintage polaroid, b&w, sepia, and b&w w/ vignetting.
Since it has a memory chip you can give away the printed pictures because have them saved.
The Zink paper doesn't tear.

Cons:
People are so fascinated by it that you will be required to play show and tell. This gets worse once you print because everyone will want a copy for themselves, and even though the Zink paper is cheaper than the Polaroid film was, at approx.
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By mimi on November 20, 2011
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If you will Hand a ZINK printer to one of your parents and they¡¯ll probably look at you dumbfounded. Hand a Polaroid camera to them, though, and they¡¯ll know instantly what to do with it. Polaroid, a company that killed off one of their core product offerings to make way for the digital revolution, is finally back with a device that mimics the original form factor of the Polaroid camera yet marries the printer tech of today.
This Polaroid Z340 that I just got is an Instant Digital Camera works like a standard 14 megapixel digital point and shoot camera, allowing you to view photos instantly on the 2.7-inch screen as well as make small edits. Photos can be downloaded to a computer from its SD card or you can print them instantly using the device¡¯s built-in printer. The size of the prints, 3¡Á4¡å, are the same exact size as the first Polaroid camera, which means those with a taste for nostalgia, or perhaps even an aversion to new tech, will instantly understand the offering of this digital camera. The printer, unlike Polaroid¡¯s original camera, uses a tech called ZINK ¨C it stands for Zero Ink. In other words, no ink is used to process the image, and instead depends on an advanced composite material with cyan, yellow, and magenta dye crystals embedded inside. Heat those crystals and an image appears that will last for time to come thanks to a smudge proof tech and a water resistant coating.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Phil on November 21, 2011
For those of you who are old fashioned and still like the old style Polaroid camera will have a blast with this. Those of you who are more modern will also like this camera because it also has the features of a digital camera. You can snap photos and put in instant film and duplicate your memories as many times as you want.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By sj@gno.de on March 4, 2012
I got the camera for my wife as a birthday gift. Because some said to ignore the bad reviews I did. After only 3 prints, the paper jamed. There is nothing about paper jams in the user manual!! The polaroid support page has no FAQs or upgrades or anything like this, just a bunch of telefone numbers and email addresses. Half of the email addresses do not work!!!
The camera concept is very nice but right now it is out of service for us, and support is not reachable. I will either return it or get it fixed. But in any case this product is unsatisfactory. Look at the price to you expect this quality and service? I do not, I expect way better.
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32 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Susan on March 2, 2012
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I got one of these cameras recently and love it! Although it did get a paper jam- there is a simple way to fix it. If the paper is not sticking out of the front- do not pull with tweezers- call the Polaroid customer service 1-877-456-6055. Tell them your problem and give them your email. They should send you a folder with instructions and a program update. You will want to copy and paste this program onto the SD card that you insert into your camera- I had to go buy one- they cost anywhere from $10-$20 and they will increase the storage capacity of your camera as well as help you out here. Put the SD card back into the camera. Turn the camera off and slide the button to "capture" mode. Then turn on the camera and press "WIDE" repeatedly (The instructions said to press power and wide together-but this did not work for me.) The wide button is the button with 3 trees on it. A menu should pop up and select "computer" and press "ok." Then let it do its thing for about 3 minutes. It should spit out the paper.
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