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It prints automatically. If you want a choice, upgrade to the Polaroid Z2300 camera (...but it will cost you almost 2x as much for the camera...)
Design Think
· January 22, 2016
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It prints after you take the picture, you are not able to chose what picture you want to print
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Jordan
· November 10, 2015
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Yes it prints directly from the camera, really great camera, but it's a little harder to use than I thought... It doesn't instantly capture the pic, you have to hold down the button for at least 20 seconds, picture quality is ok for a Polaroid.
Jai-Deanne M.
· November 28, 2015
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It prints every picture. Practice with the camera so you know what you're doing.
Wesley F.
· December 12, 2015
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Ok, so here's a somewhat confusing answer: The Polaroid Snap prints pictures that are NOT like the Polaroid pictures from days of yore. Instead, the Polaroid snap prints little pictures that come out looking like regular old ink pictures that you could order from Shutterfly or pick up at Target. Be advised: The color q… see more Ok, so here's a somewhat confusing answer: The Polaroid Snap prints pictures that are NOT like the Polaroid pictures from days of yore. Instead, the Polaroid snap prints little pictures that come out looking like regular old ink pictures that you could order from Shutterfly or pick up at Target. Be advised: The color quality isn't as good as an iPhone picture or a picture from an ordinary digital camera, but it's still really fun (the pictures are little and they can be printed on paper that's sticky on the back so it's like a little picture sticker). Ironically, the Fujifilm one (I can't remember what this is called) prints pictures just like the old school Polaroids. It has the film with the border and makes the same old school noise, and the picture appears on the film after it prints out, just like the old days. This is very cool and nostalgic, but it doesn't have the option to store a digital copy of the picture, which is why I went with the Polaroid Snap. I like it, but I get annoyed because I forget to take the lens cap off sometimes (there's no alert that the lens cap is still on) and it prints a black picture. Ugh. I've only owned the camera for about a week, though, so I'm sure I will learn. Also, you can choose an option that gives your little picture a border in an homage to old school Polaroids, but it just looks like a small version of a normal picture with a border. If you want the true vintage Polaroid experience, don't buy this Polaroid. Get the Fujifilm one. see less Ok, so here's a somewhat confusing answer: The Polaroid Snap prints pictures that are NOT like the Polaroid pictures from days of yore. Instead, the Polaroid snap prints little pictures that come out looking like regular old ink pictures that you could order from Shutterfly or pick up at Target. Be advised: The color quality isn't as good as an iPhone picture or a picture from an ordinary digital camera, but it's still really fun (the pictures are little and they can be printed on paper that's sticky on the back so it's like a little picture sticker). Ironically, the Fujifilm one (I can't remember what this is called) prints pictures just like the old school Polaroids. It has the film with the border and makes the same old school noise, and the picture appears on the film after it prints out, just like the old days. This is very cool and nostalgic, but it doesn't have the option to store a digital copy of the picture, which is why I went with the Polaroid Snap. I like it, but I get annoyed because I forget to take the lens cap off sometimes (there's no alert that the lens cap is still on) and it prints a black picture. Ugh. I've only owned the camera for about a week, though, so I'm sure I will learn. Also, you can choose an option that gives your little picture a border in an homage to old school Polaroids, but it just looks like a small version of a normal picture with a border. If you want the true vintage Polaroid experience, don't buy this Polaroid. Get the Fujifilm one.
BDK
· December 4, 2015
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No unfortunately there is no preview window on the back to see what you might be printing. Also if there is paper in the camera it's going to automatically print good or bad. I put an SD card to fix the pictures I want to keep before I print on regular paper or digitally download. It's a hit or miss on the picture an… see more No unfortunately there is no preview window on the back to see what you might be printing. Also if there is paper in the camera it's going to automatically print good or bad. I put an SD card to fix the pictures I want to keep before I print on regular paper or digitally download. It's a hit or miss on the picture and it does take practice ( aka a few discarded pictures ) to get the proper aim down. I've been spoiled by my phone and digital cameras. This takes practice but it's a fun novelty. Wouldn't use it as my only source of documenting an occasion though . Hope that helps see less No unfortunately there is no preview window on the back to see what you might be printing. Also if there is paper in the camera it's going to automatically print good or bad. I put an SD card to fix the pictures I want to keep before I print on regular paper or digitally download. It's a hit or miss on the picture and it does take practice ( aka a few discarded pictures ) to get the proper aim down. I've been spoiled by my phone and digital cameras. This takes practice but it's a fun novelty. Wouldn't use it as my only source of documenting an occasion though . Hope that helps
Debbi
· November 17, 2015
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you choose from the camera
Enkhmaa
· July 5, 2016
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No, not even to test. You need to buy it.
Patricia M.
· December 6, 2015
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Nope, no case.
tiffanyj.
· November 27, 2015
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Made in Korea for the one I'm selling
PDAs_plus
Seller · May 21, 2016