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Polaroid IT045-BLUE-KM iF045 Waterproof Digital Camera - Blue

Item# 020W004713446000P | Model# IT045-BLUE-KM | Added on March 23, 2012 |
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Polaroid IF045 Goes Where You Go, Even When That's Underwater Dive in with this 14-megapixel Polaroid IF045 Waterproof Digital Camera Blue from Sears, and capture crystal-clear shots of everything under the sea and beyond. The waterproof design makes this durable camera the perfect companion for family vacations, pool parties or days at the beach, and yet it's versatile enough for everyday use. Enjoy beautiful image clarity and dual-screen layout in a compact, easy-to-use camera that goes wherever you go. When they say this Polaroid IF045 camera is extremely durable, they aren't kidding around. Waterproof is one thing, but this diehard little device is also dustproof, shockproof, sand-proof and freeze-proof, so you can take it just about anywhere without having to worry. With a beautiful bright blue design that's as vibrant as the ocean is deep, this Polaroid camera promises to capture all life's most important memories with superb clarity and colors. All that style, durability, picture quality and ease of use, and at a price you can afford.

  • The Polaroid IF045 Waterproof Digital Camera Blue with 14.0 megapixel CMOS sensor is the ultimate easy-to-use camera for capturing everyday events in superb clarity.
  • Combination digital camcorder and still camera with USB mass storage.
  • 2.7-inch TFT LCD display with crystal-clear dual-screen layout lets you capture the shot with confidence.
  • 5x digital zoom helps you record every detail.
  • Waterproof up to three
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By 2muchbuying
October 16th, 2012
Great for the $$$ nothing bad to say , GET IT !

Takes great shots underwater , had it in the ocean , pool for a week off and on . It is not the fastest , I'd say about 5-7 seconds between shots (could also be my old memory card too) but remember what it costs. It has its quirks , you have to pull the card out to get the pictures off as far as I can tell . But for $ 79 bucks ! great camera . I tested it , my 8 yr old tested it alot under water , he had a ball with it ! . it never skipped a beat . Glad I took a chance on it . Wish it had a veiw finder , but the screen is big , front screen on it also , why ? I don't know ? Complaints online were mostly short battery life........ well duh ? 2 tiny AAA batteries . Don't run the front screen and it helps . I'd say we got a couple hours of it being on / off and around 100 + shots at 14 mp. I bought the 2 yr warranty just in case , but very happy overall so far .

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By KI_review
September 3rd, 2013
Battery Burner - batteries it takes are consumed too fast

The camera itself is fine. Remember it's more than just megapixels that go into a good camera. The lenses, the lighting, all play a factor. But I bought this camera not for picture quality but because I simply needed something mobile to take continuous video while on the move. So a power adapter was not an option. Recharging was a possibility, but when I found out this camera accepts alkaline AAA, that is what sold me. I can get those anywhere and they come "instantly charged". I bought all of the AAA batteries they had and two SD chips to shuffle them in and out as one filled up. First set of batteries...dead after about 4 pictures and the rest of the time trying to understand the menu system (was not intuitive on how to switch to video mode, so I figured I was just slow and consumed more power fumbling through the menus....the CD ROM, which I assume has the manual that would have told me this is great ...if you have a computer with you. So, in went the second set. 3 minutes of video is about all you can get, or every pack of batteries I got was bad...highly unlikely that all those batteries are bad. Frustrated but still in need for continuous video and not being one to take things back and get what I really wanted....I went to RadioShack. I bought a battery holder that holds 4 D-Size batteries. This battery pack puts them all in series so the output voltage is 6 volts. The camera runs on 3 volts. So...I cut the center lead on the battery holder and soldered the wires to put sets of two in parallel. I now had a battery pack which would put two sets of two D-Size batteries in series, and those two sets in parallel, output voltage 3v. Next came the hookup to the camera. Being away, I didn't have any tools to put an external power jack into the camera. Nor did I have a way to get deep into the battery compartment to connect wires to the terminals. I did have plenty of dead AAA batteries though. So I took on and soldered a wire to the positive terminal. I took another and did the same to the negative terminal.. It was a tight fit, but I slid those batteries with wired up ends into the camera's battery compartment. The other ends of those wires were attached to my battery pack. Powered on...everything worked fine....started recording. It's been 24 hours and the battery indicator on the camera says I still have a full charge.'s not pretty, but I made this camera work for me for the purpose I needed it to. I spent another $36 in purchasing a soldering iron, solder, wire, the battery pack. One set of 4 D-Size batteries. I haven't taken the protective cover off the front LCD yet, but best I can tell it is not on when the rear LCD is on. My guess is that the rear LCD is what is power hungry. So with some modification, that are bulky and ugly, you can get a lot more battery life and quit burning through AAA's. Else be ready to burn through a lot of batteries.

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i cant use it it doesnt stay on i dont no whats the matter with it

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camera works great


I got the camera for my 10 year old grand daughter. Easy to work and she is having fun

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Heavy duty hose


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Good purchase


I bought this for my son and he love it.

January 11th via mobile
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Don't buy it--battery hog


This chews battery power--a lot! Good pictures, with good focus. After light use, it broke and now it won't spit out the microSD card. It was cheap for a reason. I've had other inexpensive cameras that were much better--and I really like Polaroid as a company but this product is one to miss.

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