The Polaroid T737 is an ultra compact digital camera that falls smack dab in the middle of the super competitive budget line of cameras. Feature-wise this camera has all the standard buzzwords that one expects in this price range with no notable features missing. All of Polaroid's camera manufacturing is done in China, with many people counting their cameras as being inferior to other known names such as Canon and Nikon.
A 7 megapixel sensor headlines the feature specs with 3 times optical zoom, and image stabilization rounding out the list. It's unknown whether digital or the superior optical stabilization are used. An optical viewfinder is nowhere to be found as the large 3" LCD screen takes up most of the rear case's surface area.
Two video capture modes are available. An AVI capture mode films at a VGA resolution of 640x480 at 30fps. You can also film at a lower resolution of 320x240 at 30fps for reduced quality, but longer recording times due to reduced space consumption. 16MB of memory come standard, expandable with the SD memory card slot. An integrated Lithium-ion battery powers the camera.