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Polaroid Corp. announced the PhotoMAX FUN! 620 Digital Camera, the latest entry-level digital camera in the company's PhotoMAX line.
The PhotoMAX FUN! 620 is a VGA-resolution, point-and-shoot digital camera with a $69.99 suggested retail price. Designed with the novice photographer in mind, the PhotoMAX FUN! 620 Digital Camera features 24-bit color, 1 MB of internal memory, automatic self-timer, and picture counter.
The camera comes bundled with the Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker software, providing a full range of photo editing and enhancement tools. The software is compatible with all TWAIN-compliant digital cameras and scanners.
To use the PhotoMAX FUN! 620 Digital Camera, a Pentium-class personal computer, Microsoft Windows 95, 98, 2000 or ME, 32 MB of RAM, 195 MB of hard drive space, and a color monitor, are necessary.
"The PhotoMAX FUN! 620 Digital Camera Creative Kit was developed to offer an economical choice for consumers who want to explore the fun options available with digital photos, without making a big investment," said Craig Armstrong, director of consumer digital marketing at Polaroid Corp.
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