Polaroid Snap Instant Camera

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

In another case of what’s old is new again, Polaroid takes us down memory lane with the release of their vintage inspired Polaroid Snap Instant Camera.

Using the brand’s Zero Ink printing technology, this little shooter is able to spit out 2″x3″ prints in a matter of seconds, letting you share your photos with friends and family in real life. It has seen some nice updates for the modern age, including a 32GB SD card that lets you save the photos, allowing you to upload them to your computer at a later time. The 10 megapixel camera offers up some different options including the ability to take pictures in full color, black and white, and a vintage polaroid filtered. There’s even a “photo booth” option, which snaps six quick images in just ten seconds, replicating the experience of a photo booth. The camera will be available in four different colorways when it releases in the coming months, and will retail for $100. [Purchase]

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