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Polaroid PIC-300R - 300 Instant Camera - Red

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  • Polaroid PIC-300R - 300 Instant Camera - Red

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Polaroid PIC-300R - 300 Instant Camera - Red + 2 Pack Of Polaroid PIF-300 Instant Film for 300 Series Cameras + DBRoth Micro Fiber Cloth
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.1 x 6.4 x 12.7 cm ; 322 g
  • Shipping Weight: 422 g
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: PIC-300R
  • ASIN: B003B2GTYU
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 14 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,225 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Polaroid PIC-300R - 300 Instant Camera - Red

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LoganLeeV on Nov. 24 2012
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I did not write a review on this item right away because I really wanted to get a feel for it before going straight into it. This was SUCH a great investment. I can't tell you how many smiles I have left on people's faces because of this camera. It was a fantastic purchase for the right price. Great picture quality and perfect size as well. So many people liked it and I have gotten so many questions about it. Two of my friends have actually bought one for themselves since seeing mine and one of my friends is buying one for his girlfriend for Christmas because she loves mine so much. So money very very VERY well spent. I love it endlessly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By morgan howe on March 24 2014
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I absolutely love this camera! It is so much fun being able to have the pictures develop right there!! I have wanted to get one of these for so long! It's so nice to just get pictures and not have to pose a billion times to get the "perfect" picture, you get what you get and it is awesome!!
The only thing I don't like is the film is very expensive! So I don't use the camera as much as I would like.
I think it gives a great quality photo, for a Polaroid camera, you can't expect it to be professional grade! But for my personal needs it's wonderful!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Janzen on Dec 30 2013
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Purchased for 13 year old. Takes a good picture but the color is extremely poor. The credit card size is quite good . Would not recommend
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417 of 454 people found the following review helpful
Giddy over Polaroid 300 July 8 2010
By Image Maker - Published on Amazon.com
I have to admit, electronics and hardware don't excite me but I'd be lying if I told you that I wasn't just a little giddy when United Parcel delivered a package containing the new Polaroid 300 camera.

Earlier this month Polaroid Corporation, with the approval of their spokesperson Lady Ga-Ga, released the pic-300 camera. It takes 10 pictures per roll on business card-sized paper (the film is similar to the old 600 and SX-70 type film.)

Speaking of old-style Polaroid film, in January of this year, Polaroid announced that they will be updating their old-fashioned Polaroid One Step camera (The pic-1000 to be released later this year). The Impossible Project also announced the introduction of a new color film that will fit all Polaroid 600 cameras. No word yet if Polaroid film partner Fuji Film will also release 600 type film.

With limited features and a fixed focus, the Polaroid 300 may not be for everyone but I can tell you that it adds lots of FUN to any party where people can walk away with a smile and a color print in their hand.

All-in-all it is quite a year for instant film photography. Just think...this would be possible without YOU! So, pick up some film and start shooting!
240 of 269 people found the following review helpful
A really pleasant speciality / novelty item Oct. 6 2010
By O. Awad - Published on Amazon.com
In the age of digital revolution that metamorphosed photography for ever there is little reason to buy an analog product. A product with a large size and cumbersome function. rather than take hundreds of photos before you think of changing your memory card you are limited to 10 small expensive prints.
So why did I buy it. And how come did I give it five stars. Will here are the reasons;
1. I had realistic expectations for what I was getting into.
2. I love photography in all it's shapes and forms.
3. Again I had realistic expectation.
4. I'm into fun stuff
5. I'm sentimental for the old days.
look at reasons 1 and 3 again. some people buy things with inflated expectations and then get disappointed with what they have.
Honestly the photo quality was way way much better than I expected. The colors are vivid and vibrant and the focus is really sharp. The camera has for simple different settings for light conditions and an automatic flash which did a really good job for foreground lighting. The photos are small but that was a compromise I'm willing to make. They are expensive $1 per print, to me that makes them more precious.
In this day of digital we are so used to click click click with our digital cameras and our cellphones. We take thousands of photos and print literally zeros. The photos we take are free so we don't think twice of click click click. With this Polaroid and $1 per print price tag I enjoyed the click and the "Shake it like a Polaroid picture" and the sharing with others. It is really really fun.
But I have no illusions. And I want you to have none. This is a novelty / speciality item. It will not replace my DSLR or my point and shooter it will compliment them and thus I'm really happy with my purchase and if you buy this camera with a realistic expectations and if you are a sentimental guy/gal you will enjoy it like I am.
160 of 184 people found the following review helpful
The New Classic. Feb. 15 2011
By CaterpillarGirl - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this Camera for my boyfriend James. We both are quite nostalgic for the 70's and 80's and both of us love photography. He himself has quite the eye for framing a picture perfectly, and finding subjects to shoot that are quirky, and beautiful and unconventional. Polaroid's are in essence, exactly that as well.

The new Polaroid PIC-300B is the answer to anyone's prayers who missed the look and feel and fun of those instant photos. We all know how a Polaroid picture looks, it's not crystal clear in the slightest, and it has such a harshness of reality woven into it. By nature it's more contemporary than the newer digital cameras, because you have instant gratification. You cannot zoom, or look at the picture first and then delete or save; you cannot download it onto your PC and fix it. You point and click and there is NO turning back you must accept that picture! It's half the fun of it to see it develop, the other half is having something in your hand. A tangible memento of the moment before.

It's a good looking camera, I loved how the old ones looked, but I like this one as well. It also comes in different colors now; I went for good old black. It's not too heavy, comes with batteries and a strap for the side. The Polaroid PIC-300B is easy to use. Just load the film, then you pop open the lens and that turns on the camera and the first photo that comes out will not be a picture but rather the films protective layer coming off. Then you point and click and the photo comes out the top now! It still makes the same noises as it spits out, and that made me smile. The photos are now business card size , which I didn't know if I would love or not but I DO!!

This camera isn't for someone who wants an everyday camera, this is for special use. Yes, because the film isn't cheap for it, but also because the pictures themselves are meant to be slices of life, not all of life.

I am so happy with this camera, now go and get yourself one!
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
love it May 29 2012
By kakes - Published on Amazon.com
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using this at my wedding reception for small & quick snapshots of guests - tested it out when it arrived and i love it!! works great!!
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Good, fun camera Dec 5 2013
By caryl - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this as a Christmas gift for my 19-year old son and he has a blast with it. It takes great little photos, and has held up for a year now.