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Personally, the instant results allow me to make adjustments. I'm not a professional so I don't automatically know the proper ISO, shutter speed, aperature or other settings with each shot

Actually the Cameras LCD is not representative of what a print will look like. Its good to make sure the photo is not entirely black or blown to high heaven and entirely white.

Looking at the LCD indoors our outside in the shade will make a huge difference as well.

If it was just instant gratification, then polaroid would still be popular.

This was not instant gradification, but dance around and wave the photo in the air for 2 minutes to see what you got.
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