Kodak Mini Shot Instant Camera

Dec 8, 2017

Category: Tech

Instant cameras were never, in a strict sense, good cameras. Even back in the heyday of film, they didn’t allow nearly as much control of over the images you were taking. But that was never the point. They were fun. And they still are, as is demonstrated by Kodak’s Mini Shot Instant Camera.

This simple point and shoot camera takes 10MP shots and instantly prints 2.1 by 3.4-inch credit card sized images for keeping in your wallet or sharing with friends. Like a shot so much you want to share it online? Thanks to Kodak’s Bluetooth capabilities you can send it to your iOS or Android Smart Device to view, edit, and share. A great holiday grab for the shutter bug.

Purchase: $100

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