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Polaroid PDC Belen NM

Here in this article is a review of Polaroid PDC-5080. If you are fans of cameras and photo shooting, you can know more details of this camera by keeping on reading this article.

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Polaroid PDC

Polaroid PDC-5080 Review

Reader Score: 6.71 (out of 10)
Review: "We found the PDC 5080 at our local Target, not behind the counter with all the other digitals, but out in the open, dangling on a display near the disposable film cameras. That should have been our first clue about its quality and performance, but excited to come across a 5.1-megapixel camera at such a low price, we bought it and brought it in to PC Magazine Labs for tests. That's where our excitement turned to frustration.

The resolution on the PDC 5080 averaged an awful 725 lines, far below the acceptable range for a 5.1MP camera, 1,200 to 1,500 lines. The camera's performance was equally dreadful. It had a recycle time of more than 11 seconds between flash shots, one of the worst I've ever seen. And although the boot-up time was decent, at 3.8 seconds, there was significant shutter lag. Not surprisingly, there was some distortion in the lens as well, although I had expected worse." ...

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