Digital cameras have finally fallen to the price of regular 'point and shoots'.
Polaroid is leading the way with its Photomax Fun Digital Creative Kit which costs just $59.95. Resolution is low at 320 x 240 and the camera can only store 15 images. There is no LCD to preview images, but the low price means it is great for anyone who wants to have some fun with digital imaging without breaking the bank.
The camera, which comes with Polaroid image editing software and a serial cable to transfer the images to a PC, is expected to be available early next year.
If you want to spend a little more though, Polaroid has the Photomax Fun Flash 640 on offer for $149.95, which has a 640 x 480 resolution and comes with an LDC preview so you get to keep the photos you like and bin the bad ones.
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