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Polaroid i-Zone Pocket Instant Camera (Silver Edition) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Takes instant pictures the size of a postage stamp
- Fun, new film format
- Focus free with built-in flash and simple loading
- Sticky or nonsticky film available
- Kit includes camera and batteries
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Top Customer Reviews
As for the quality, it can go both ways here but for the most part, its pretty nice. The stickers that are produced are a bit on the small size and can be placed just about anywhere... the film isn't too sticky so you can just tear it off without the risk of any of that sticky gunk being leftover on the surface of whatever you pasted it onto. Sticks great to notebook paper and envelopes.
The only REAL nagging problem that I could unearth is the fact that, like others have said, the FLASH button is a bit on the loose side and turns out draining all your battery. There's a simple workaround which is to remove the battery and keep it in your pocket. When you want to use the flash again, just pop the battery back in. This reduces the risk of unnecessary battery drainage.
What can I say? This camera has the quality, the looks, and quite bluntly - the I-zone delivers. Highly recommended.
If used correctly, you will love this camera. Enjoy it but don't expect anything special out of a $20 camera.
Pluses: - Light, easy to bring anywhere; Instant film; Cheap; Good for kids (no worries)
Negs: - Prints are small (large postage stamp); No negatives (one print only), very 'of the moment'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not even sure camera works because I'm unable to find any unexpired film to use. So, I wouldn't recommend purchasing one unless film becomes available at some future date.Published on July 14, 2013 by janet kay bishop
I liked this camera when I had one. I just ran across it in a box today. But film hasn't been made for it since 2006, and the one cartridge of film I had (from probably 2003) was... Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by Mark Johnson
It may have been the film that I purchased with this that didn't work but that pictures never came out right. I wish I would've just purchased a regular polaroid instant camera.Published on June 8, 2011 by joy
It is the worst. I have tried many different things to get it to work but all that shows up is a brown screen. It doesnt take my pictures. Read morePublished on October 30, 2008 by Jalaria Kraws
I use to own one of these cameras when it was originally on the market, and it was so much fun. I missed it so much, I had to replace it with this one. Read morePublished on May 9, 2008 by A3
I've been told by others who've used it for the purpose, overseas, that the little photos produced by these cameras are a wonderful and much-appreciated gift that produces a LOT of... Read morePublished on December 15, 2005 by COHikerGirl
I got this camera to make picture flash-cards for my autistic spectrum daughter. The pictures are small enough to easily fit a number on each page of her card book but clear... Read morePublished on May 11, 2004 by Noelle Meade
Polaroid's i-zone site tells me that this camera is aimed at people at least fifteen years younger than me. Okay. Whatever. Read morePublished on May 3, 2004 by archon
Considering the price, this camera does pretty well for itself. I have one, and have used it a lot. Read morePublished on July 28, 2003