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Polaroid IS2132 Appareils Photo Numériques 16 Mpix Zoom Optique 21 x
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- Résolution du Capteur : 16.0 mégapixel
- Format d'enregistrement de l'image : JPEG
- Couleur du boitier : Rouge
- Zoom optique : 21 x
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Le bridge IS2132 de Polaroid est un appareil photo numerique au zoom optique 21x et au capteur CCD de 16 megapixels. Cet appareil numerique propose une large plage de focales pour repondre a tous vos besoins que vous soyez en mode portrait, en grand angle ou en teleobjectif.Le IS2132 possede une sensibilite lumineuse de 6400 ISO pour restituer les jeux d'ombres et de lumiere sur vos images et obtenir des contours precis et une grande richesse de details. Ce bridge est egalement pourvu d'une fonction de detection de visages et de nombreuses technologies d'amelioration d'image comme detection de clignement ou mode sourire pour la pleine reussite de vos portraits photos.Le bridge Polaroid IS2132 comprend aussi un mode macro a 1 cm et une fonction video HD 720p.
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The camera arrived that Saturday! The camera itself seems well made and it is really easy to hold on to. I quickly put in an old 8GB SDHC card and glanced at the quick start pamphlet (a CD came with it with the manual, but I haven't checked it out yet). Once I turned it on, it asked for the date and time and was ready to go. I took a few pictures and checked out the zoom (which is really nice ... I was able to zoom in on a flower from across the room with great clarity). I also took a short video.
Playback on the camera was better than I expected, the large screen shows nice quality images and video (including sound). There is no manual view finder, but I don't use those anyway.
So far, I am very happy with this camera, and I have been getting compliments on the camera itself as well as the photos it takes!
Camera arrived (purchased the red one). It is surprisingly light and easy to handle. Super quick set up guide, pop in batteries and SD card (which isn't required camera does have internal memory according to the manual). I was actually a little overwhelmed with setting choices, functions, and options. The camera comes with a disk that you use to download the manual and software. It does not come with a battery charger or a case. Does include strap, lens cap, and batteries.
I just downloaded the manual and it is 67 pages! I can't believe all of the functions and shutter functions and picture options. It is insane! One poster asked about photo delays, it depends on the setting you chose. There is a Burst setting that will take 30 shots in 1 click! There are also more technical settings that will cause the shot to hesitate slightly to capture the correct lighting tone etc. The zoom is wonderful, but you have to be very steady handed or at full zoom the photo will blur. There are also action settings (good for sports), there is a setting for children, there are settings for self portraits (when you hold the camera up and take a pic of yourself and a buddy), settings for candle light...Many, Many More, and they are easy to get to. Color settings including Vivid, Black/White, Fancy, Sepia, MORE. Panoramic settings, collage type settings. Cannot say enough about the options. I am only half way through the manual. Can't speak to durability as I have just received the camera (but comes with a 1 year warranty). Very excited about the purchase and can't wait to take some pictures!
Well, never buy a camera solely by its color - no matter how alluring. The Polaroid iS2132 performs largely as expected, which is to say merely acceptable to poor under low light, to well above average, such as when settings and conditions are my favour (strong sunshine and proper alignment of the planets, for example). Under bright sun with the finest res selected and lower ISO settings, the camera is capable of producing really good images, with well controlled noise and nice details. Also, there's a saturated richness to the images which recalls some of the slide films I shot years ago; reds, yellows and greens all come across nicely (due to the camera's Sony produced sensor, no doubt). There are manual controls for white balance and shooting shutter priority, aperture priority and manual...although, like on previous Polaroid digitals I've used, the camera gives a choice of only a high and a low setting when aperture priority is chosen, so a tripod might be needed for deep focused shots even in bright light. Still, image quality can beat the knickers off of similarly priced Nikon, Olympus, Samsung and Pentax models. The popup flash, which I've used quite sparingly, is bright and does provide good coverage
However, the camera's other major sore points (in addition to a low resolution LCD screen for composing and image playback, one that's poorly visible in bright light) are difficulty focusing in macro mode and also in low light - the lens really has to hunt for its point of focus - and an auto white balance that appears to work according to whatever mood it's in at a particular moment. I use manual white balance most of the time and color correct in Photoshop afterward, so the camera's auto white balance mood swings don't bother me. Slow image processing times from large JPEG files (at the highest res setting) means that the camera also isn't the best choice for action photography. Battery life is acceptable when using four rechargeable AAs (I recommend Powerex IMEDION AA 2400mAh NiMH Rechargeable Batteries - they last a good long time), which is important since the camera has no optical viewfinder.
All in all, the Polaroid iS2132 - while not a great camera by any means - is capable of producing very good images, but only if the user knows how to get the best out of it via control overrides. It's small, lightish, packs a long range into its decent 21x optical zoom lens, and fits well in the right hand thanks to a good grip, making it fun to use for casual photography where speed isn't critical. It does a nice job on still life setups, food shots and portraits. As long as I know ahead of time what subject matter I might be encountering and how bright the light will be, the Polaroid iS2132 is welcome to tag along. And that red body with a soft sheen really is sexy in late afternoon sunlight...