Polaroid i-Zone Reviews
Product Type: Polaroid cameras
Description:Polaroid's i-Zone Instant Pocket Camera takes instant mini-photos that can be stuck anywhere! Use them to decorate your favorite stuff or to collect and share with friends.
Newest Review: ... always wanted a poloroid camera as a youth! When i saw this camera i was so excited - its cheap and easy to use and also ... more
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Polaroid Pocket/ I-ZONE Instant Camera
Polaroid camera that takes instant pictures. Small and slim that ...
Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Customer Polaroid i-Zone Reviews (4)
by - written on 25/01/07 (Useful, 371 readings)
I always wanted a poloroid camera as a youth! When i saw this camera i was so excited - its cheap and easy to use and also great fun! I bought it whilst at university and it was the cause of so much fun! SNapping all my housemates and having instant ( if small) reminders of our fun and frolics! The pictures have a peel off back which reveals a sticker pad - so you can display your art work where ever you like! So much fun! They are also wallet sized and I still - 5 years on carry these small pictures in my wallet! So much fun to have with this little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/01, updated on 25/05/01 (Useful, 216 readings)
This is a for fun gadget, in bright colours and entirely kiddy oriented. An ideal gift that provides hours of fun The label sized, self adhesive photos, become a decoration for excersize books, pecil cases etc., giving irefutable proof of ownership. The gadget (hard to call it a camera) is easy to use and gives instant gratification. The downside is the expense of the film/photos. That is true of all instant cameras. The camera is cheap, the film is expensive. With the advent of digital cameras the instant camera is losing it's usefulness. Assessors, previously the main users of instant cameras have gone digital. The guy at parties and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/01, updated on 18/04/01 (Useful, 461 readings)
Recently purchased the I-Zone Polaroid camera and I was really looking forward to taking some cool little shots with it. The camera came with 12 shot film in it already but I took the first two photos and pulled the tab quickly like the instructions indicate and nothing developed from the two. So basically it came with 10 roll film, and when I eventually did end up getting to take the photos I was very disappointed with how small and how out of focus and non-discript the shots were. Silly of me to pay £22 from my local Boots, for something that is useless to me, you can really only fit one person in the photo and even then you cant really see them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/01, updated on 03/04/01 (Very useful, 468 readings)
The Polaroid I-Zone is an instant pocket camera that takes miniature sticker photos. -= The camera =- The camera comes in a range of colours, from bright green over transparent red to stylish silver. It measures about 17 x 5 x 5 cm, which makes it considerably smaller than a full-grown, bulky instant camera, but I still wouldn't consider it very handy (or maybe I'm just spoiled by my tiny Canon Ixus). Due to being completely made out of plastic it is very light-weight though. It requires two AA batteries, as far as I can tell they are only used to charge the flash though (the rest of the camera works completely mechanical), so on a ... Read the complete review
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