Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

Another camera that is added in my collection. This was actually one of the birthday gift that I received some years ago, thanks to my also gadget freak husband.

Let’s start by:

1.) The Look

Well as you can see I got the black version of Polaroid Z2300. I like the color and it just fits my taste. It is a bit bulky but to think, it is also where it stores the instant paper. It looks modern than the old versions of Polaroid. It looks like a digital cam because screen is present at the back and it shows the normal camera menus and to add a print button. It is rechargeable and print paper is easy to install.

2.) Photo/ Video Quality

It gives a 10MP picture and 720P HD video quality, 6x digital zoom too. So, it is not bad. But of course please be reminded that the video can not be printed. lol 😀

3.) Print

The thing that I liked about this camera is that I can non-stop take pictures (it uses a SD card) and print the ones that I like. I don’t have to worry that I have printed the wrong picture. Plus before printing, it asks you how many you wanted to print and or edit it with some designs or filters that is automatically downloaded in  your cam. Printing time: +/- 45 seconds.

Be sure that you have enough paper in your cam, sometimes it doesn’t print out even if you have 5 papers left inside the camera.

You can use the photo print as a sticker because it is a peel-back sticky paper. It is smudge proof, water resistant and tear resistant. Easy to use and the printing paper is somehow affordable.

And here’s how it prints!





2 Comments Add yours

  1. Abby says:

    Hoi Jam! Ang ganda nyan! Keep taking photos and keep sharing them.
    Best regards!


    1. bubblejam says:

      Yes ate, maganda yung cam. 😊 thank you!


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