Polaroid 1032 camera - Shutter release|
According to Joshua Waller: "The camera takes 3 seconds to switch on. It takes roughly 4.5 seconds to switch on, focus and take the photo. Focusing is quick in average light at around 0.4 - 0.5 seconds set to wide angle, but slower when using macro. Shutter response is fairly quick at around 0.1 - 0.2 seconds. Shot to shot time is average at around 2.0 seconds between shots (with review switched on), with flash switched on this shot to shot time is around 10 seconds."
Polaroid i1032 compact camera - Ergonomics and Buttons
Joshua continues: "The buttons are fairly easy to use, and they are in a good position and in easy reach for using the camera with one hand. The number of buttons for a mainly automatic point and shoot digital camera appear to be right. They feel okay, although the shutter release, being capsule shaped, will not function well if pressed at either end. Personally, I would have preferred a round one. The buttons are labeled fairly well. I thought the camera felt okay ergonomically, although there is very little in the way of a handgrip."
Polaroid i1032 photo camera - Optical zoom lens
"Exposure can be hit and miss with this camera when outside on bright sunny days, it can however produce some excellent colours, and very good macro photos on duller days. Purple fringing was quite bad in high contrast areas near picture corners, and will become more noticeable, on prints larger than A4. This is a lens quality issue, which becomes more exaggerated the higher the resolution of the picture. The camera was generally competent at focusing. I noticed slight barreling but no pincushion distortion." You want to learn more about the Polaroid digital camera? Continue to read the Polaroid i1032 review at DigiCamReview!