Polaroid, the company that has undergone major changes since it filed for bankruptcy two years ago, is back with a $150 camera that claims to print photos instantly.
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Called Polaroid 300, this camera claims to print a business-card size photo with a white border within minutes. It uses film packs that cost $19.95 each (contains ten exposures), which is fairly expensive especially when compared to having photos printed from a kiosk (about 20 cents on average).
The Polaroid 300 has four settings (inside, fine, clear or cloudy), an automatic flash for low light conditions, an electronic shutter speed of 1/60 second and manual exposure compensation.
The Polaroid 300 is available in pearlescent red, blue and matt black for $149.95 and is available nationally from camera stores such as Paxtons, Ted’s Cameras and Camera House plus JB Hi-Fi, Myer, Big W and other speciality and department stores.