Polaroid has launched a couple of new products at IFA 2018 in Berlin. The Polaroid Mint 2-in-1 is an instant digital camera that’s also capable of printing out your pictures there and then. A second product called the Polaroid Mint is a mini instant digital pocket printer.
While in this day and age, a lot of cameras were designed to capture digital photos have them stored on computers, there are still companies out there such as Fujifilm and Polaroid who are still pushing film and features like on-the-spot printing. If you do enjoy the process, then you’ll be interested to learn that Polaroid Originals has launched its latest instant camera: the OneStep+.
Gone are the days when you had to carry around a big Polaroid camera just to get instant prints of your photos. There are countless portable printers available on the market today that will let you print photos instantly. If you happen to own a Moto Z handset, you can also get the new Polaroid Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod that Motorola has announced today. As the name suggests, this Moto […]
If you grew up in the era of the film camera, there’s a good chance that the Polaroid brand might be familiar to you. What made Polaroid so different from other camera makers is that their cameras had the ability to print photos on the spot, whereas other cameras required the film to be developed specially.
The thing about cameras these days is that they’re pretty much all digital, meaning that you can retake photos as many times as you like, and there is no longer such as thing as wasting film. However there is a certain nostalgic charm involved in taking film photos, which is why to this day instant print cameras still exist.
Polaroid may not be as important as it once was. Carrying a camera around that can print photos on the fly isn’t something that most people do nowadays, they’d rather just take a quick picture with their smartphone and post it online. Nevertheless, a market still exists for those who like nostalgia and Polaroid continues to ride that wave. At CES 2017, it has launched a new camera called Polaroid […]
Polaroid is a company that many are familiar with when it comes to instant cameras. In fact many would associate the name with instant cameras, and it looks like the company is back with its latest product in the form of the Polaroid Snap Touch, a new instant camera that has some technological upgrades.
How many of you guys have gone out drinking and wake up the next day not remembering what happened the previous night, or you even got home for that matter? Chances are there are probably a few of you, and now it seems like there is an accessory that might be able to help you remember just what happened.
It looks like the newly renamed Google Cast is in for a good time, as Polaroid has just revealed their new 4K Ultra HD LED models which will be powered by none other than, Google Cast, of course. This is an exciting strategic partnership with Google, as the new Polaroid 4K connected TV line will incorporate Google Cast, ensuring that consumers will not have to burn a hole in their […]
[CES 2016] Polaroid might be a name synonymous with cameras, but in recent years we’ve seen the company expand its portfolio to include other types of devices. Recently during CES 2016, the company unveiled two new Android-powered smartphones in the form of the Polaroid Snap (not to be confused with the instant print camera) and Polaroid Power, pictured above to the left and right in the photo respectively.That being said, […]
[CES 2016] Last year Polaroid introduced the Polaroid Snap. Basically, this is a camera that also comes with an instant print function, which we suppose is in line with what Polaroid is known for back in the day. That being said it looks like Polaroid has decided to give the camera bit of an upgrade and has since launched the Polaroid Snap+.Announced at CES 2016, the Snap+ is basically a […]
Earlier this year Polaroid announced the WiFi-enabled Cube+ action camera. However it wasn’t too long after that GoPro announced the Hero4 Session, which based on its looks alone seemed to be more or less similar to what Polaroid had announced the month before. The specs and features are obviously different, but from a design standpoint they look similar.So much so that it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn […]
Last month we reported on a camera called the Polaroid Snap. For those unfamiliar with Polaroid, the company was famous back in the day for creating cameras that could take photos and print them on the spot. However with the advent of digital camera and smartphones where you could preview photos instantly, the need for Polaroids has died down.However if you do like the idea of being able to capture […]
Back in the day before digital cameras became so widely adopted, Polaroid cameras were a pretty huge deal due to their ability to print photos on the fly. This is versus more traditional film cameras where you’d either have to develop it yourself, or take it to the shop where you’d have to wait a few days for them to be developed and printed.Fast forward to today, such cameras are […]