In the 70’s the Polaroid instant camera was the pinnacle of camera technology, the trouble was that the film was expensive and the photos were not that brilliant either, but as technology tackled these issues, digital cameras came out and the idea of using film became so yesterday. After being back to the drawing board several times, Polaroid is back with the Snap Instant Digital Camera! This smart looking camera offers a 10.0 mega pixel lens and Zero Ink (AKA ZINK) printing technology that can produce a 2″ x 3″ print in less than a minute or they can be save on the up to 32 GB micro SD card for printing later.
This is major move from this classic camera firm and the Snap could just be the right camera for job, it has cool features and functions, looks great and it is not going to break the bank either, although ZINK Zero Ink zRolls do start from around $25, which is a factor to think about. The all new Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera will be launching towards the end of 2015! It will come in black, white, red, or blue and it will have a retail price of around $100.
For more details on this cool new digital camera from Polaroid go to the Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera webpage, where there are images and further details available on where to buy the camera and source the essential ZINK Zero Ink zRolls of ink free film. According to Scott W. Hardy who is the President and CEO of Polaroid, he said;
Sharing, instant photography, and the idea of one snap, one print, are concepts that Polaroid developed over 75 years ago and that have long been engrained in the brand’s identity. The Polaroid Snap puts a modern twist on classic Polaroid instant cameras by combining digital camera technology with a contemporary, minimalistic design at a price point consumers would expect to pay for an analog instant camera.