Polaroid Cameras I User Manual (en)

Cameras I 
Basic operation and features 
Why Digital? 
With digital photography you can do things that you can not do with film: 
•  Snap anytime- there is no cost until you print! 
•  There is no such thing as a roll of film. Snap 2, 10 or 100 photos at a time. 
•  Use the camera’s automatic mode – a computer helps take a great picture. 
•  Review the picture immediately after you snap it. Delete and re-snap if required. 
•  Print what you want, when you want. 
•  Save money at the photo counter – only print what you like. 
•  Edit your photos on the computer – Crop, remove red-eye, improve contrast and 
•  Combine photos for interesting effects. Add people or take them out! 
•  Make your own greeting cards, newsletters, brochures, business cards, all in full 
2004 was a milestone year in digital photography. In 2000, digital camera sales 
worldwide in dollars exceeded film camera sales. In 2004, digital still cameras overtook 
film camera sales in numbers, with over 75 million units sold worldwide, as opposed to 
approximately 50 million film cameras sold. The number of film cameras sold is 
declining in double digit percentages.  
Costs of digital camera have dropped to the point where they are competitive with film