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the photobooth supplier


PhotoID offers a new breed of photo ID solutions, providing approved passport photographs to customers as well as generating additional revenues for your business.


The intuitive touch screen user interface allows and enables the customer to view their image on screen before selecting the best pose making the booth simple to use whilst providing high quality digital prints guaranteeing customer satisfaction.


The innovative photo booth The PhotoID minibooth with its illuminated advertising panels and modern looks make it ideal for high profile busy locations such as supermarkets, shopping centres, airports, railways and leisure environments. Most of all its small foot print lends itself to the demands of today’s space hungry retail environments allowing it to be sited in areas where your customers can most readily access it.


A new breed in ID solutions The use of the latest technology and WiFi/3G telemetry enables full remote monitoring of each location dramatically reducing down time whilst substantially improving revenues and profit margins


Fresh thinking


The booth is entirely configurable, utilising industry leading technology, meeting market needs and trends – featuring a variety of payment options: Notes, Coin, Credit & Debit cards (Chip & Pin enabled) and even has an option to issue change. These payment options are unheard of in our industry.


PhotoID photo booths meet the ICAO standards providing identity photographs suitable for passports, driving licenses and all official identity documents.


Camden Management Services Ltd, 51 Haydock Street, Warrington, Cheshire WA2 7UW Tel: 0844 2090185 Fax: 01925 639463 Company Reg. No. 4543890


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