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Polaroid PIC-300 Instant Camera

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Polaroid PIC-300 Instant Camera
Take business card size instant color photos with the Polaroid PIC-300 Instant Camera. Thanks to its compact design, it is perfect for fun on the run!
  • Instant camera
  • Takes business card size instant color photos
  • Auto flash in low light, auto adjust
  • Electronic shutter - 1/60 seconds
  • Manual exposure compensation
  • Works with Polaroid 300 Instant Film (sold separately)
  • 2.1" x 3.4" Picture size
  • 1.8" x 2.4" Image size
  • Red
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1 Year Warranty

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Polaroid PIC-300 Instant Camera

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Yes, but no.

By Kay the potential photographer

from Somewhere, In This World

About Me Casual Photographer


  • Good Image Stabilization
  • Good in Low Light
  • Instant Pictures
  • Short Lag Time


  • Limited Zoom
  • Poor Flash
  • Poor Image Quality
  • Too Large / Bulky

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Landscape/Scenery
  • Travel
  • Wildlife photos

Comments about Polaroid PIC-300 Instant Camera:

I love this camera, I've wanted one for a while now and I do really like this one.
*Instant Shots
*Quick printing
*Easy to use
*The flash sometimes focases on the wrong thing, creating a dark picture.
*It is pretty big and weighs about a pound.
*The pictures are smaller than the previous cameras.
*Costs ten dollars a cartrage. (10 pictures)

I think that if I hadn't wanted a camera like this, I wouldn't have liked it. There are a lot of cons, but I really enjoy having my camera. I'm only thirteen, so I've only ever seen the older version when I was about four. My dad took pictures of me and I would watch them print in awe. I've wanted one ever since, so I am glad that Polaroid came out with a new instant camera.

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