Polaroid photos provide job record

The new Polaroid One600 JobPro camera features simple point-and-click operation and includes new AutoSharp technology for capturing detailed shots as close as two feet. The camera is an ideal tool for capturing works in progress, creating before and after shots, and taking general job site photographs. It incorporates all the features and benefits of instant photography, along with a rubberized finish for an easy grip and exposure control to capture critical details. Additional features include: auto flash; digital frame counter; red-eye reduction; self-timer; tripod mount; and viewfinder dust shield. Photography needs vary from job to job, but according to Polaroid, 92 percent of users take instant photos to record “before-and-after” results of their work. Other common uses include: using photos as a tool to sell products and services by showing examples of work; documenting claims and protecting against potential liabilities; recording work in progress or work completed; using photos to explain and discuss design ideas; job estimating; and keeping communications clear with clients. “Instant photography cannot be tampered with or altered during processing, making it the only method of photography that can be trusted to be 100 percent accurate,” says Jeff Hopper, vice president and chief marketing officer for Polaroid. For more information, visit www.polaroid.com/jobpro or call (800) 662-8337 ext. C009.

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