Released April, 2004
The Pros:Priced reasonably upon release, and it can be purchased for much less than the original MSRP for great value. More manual controls than most point-and-shoot cameras. Anti-shake does a good job accounting for a bit of movement, keeps pictures sharp.
The Cons:Activating anti-shake overrides ISO settings you might have set. Auto-focus isn't very fast, need to get used to how it works to get clear pictures. Doesn't have a lot of extra features for photo manipulation.
The Polaroid i1037 is a compact digital camera that's lightweight and portable and includes a handful of features that are beneficial for amateur photographers of all ages. With a 2.7-inch TFT LCD display, the 10 megapixel camera has 3X optical zoom and 4X digital zoom.
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Since it can also take video clips with audio and has a unique feature called Audio Tag that adds audio to pictures, the camera includes 32MB built-in storage. Like other Polaroid models, the colourful digital camera has 15 different scene modes for images with 16:9 ratio, auto white balance settings and face tracking technology.
- 10 megapixel camera
- 2.7-inch TFT LCD display
- 3X optical zoom
- 4X digital zoom
- 32MB built-in storage
- Takes video clips with audio
- 15 different scene modes
- Audio Tag adds audio to images
- Auto white balance settings
- Face tracking
- Electronic self timer
- Available in blue
User Reviews (1)
priced reasonably upon release, and it can be purchased for much less than the original MSRP for great value
more manual controls than most point-and-shoot cameras
anti-shake does a good job accounting for a bit of movement, keeps pictures sharp
activating anti-shake overrides ISO settings you might have set
auto-focus isn't very fast, need to get used to how it works to get clear pictures
doesn't have a lot of extra features for photo manipulation
built-in storage is just barely large enough for a few pictures, very minimal
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