Polaroid Snap Instant Camera

Direct link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/Polaroid-Instant-Digital-Printing-Technology/dp/B015JIAD7C/ref=sr_1_1?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1455494593&sr=1-1&keywords=polaroid

Link to my youtube video: https://youtu.be/6mjX5fPlSN8

Yup, you read that right- polaroid! This is a nice mix of old with a modern twist. It’s a fairly lightweight camera that comes in a few different colors: white, black, red and blue. This comes with the camera, wrist strap and charging cord.

The photos you take are printed right in the camera. No need for a printer. However, you do have to purchase the zink zero ink photo paper. The instant print really captures the Polaroid feel. It prints 2×3 pictures so it’s a wallet sized photo. They print out completely dried so no wait time needed. I do wish that this printed larger photos. But, you can always put an SD card in and save/print photos that way.

It’s easy to use: on off button releases and closes the flash. There’s a mode button for pictures: black & white, vintage, normal and then each of those with the Polaroid border. The cover is a magnet that has a tight pull/closure so it’s not just going to fall off on you. It’s small and light enough to easily fit in a purse or a pocket. I love this. It’s nice to use a viewfinder instead of always looking at the shot your taking in the back of the camera.

If you’re looking for this camera to be exactly like an old Polaroid, it’s not going to be. This is, as I said, a nice combo of old meets new and I think it’s fun to use. Also an awesome investment for schools or programs that make picture schedules or books for children/adults.

Disclaimer: I received this product free or discounted In exchange for my honest and unbiased review. These thoughts are my own and are not influenced by seller or price I paid in any way.


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