Turn back time with the Instant Photo Printing Camera


The Instant Photo Printing Camera brings back the days of the old Polaroid cameras that shot out a piece of photo paper so you could watch your photo develop right before your eyes.  I don’t think you’ll watch these develop, but using “a self-developing high-speed film, the camera produces a vibrant, scrapbook-worthy 2.5″ H x 3.75″ W color print in only 20 seconds.”  The camera has a auto-retracting lens, automatic exposure control, built-in auto flash, optical viewfinder, motorized film advance, and an LCD control panel that displays focal distance and film count to make getting great photos easy.  It comes with a snap-on lens with a mirror for close-ups and “selfies”, wrist strap, and four AA batteries, plus a 20-count pack of film to get you started.  The Instant Photo Printing Camera is $149.95; Hammacher Schlemmer is taking pre-orders for shipping on 3/9/2015.  Extra packs of the paper for the camera is also available for $24.95 per pack.

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12 thoughts on “Turn back time with the Instant Photo Printing Camera”

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  2. #tbt usually means ThrowBackThursday where individuals will post old pictures of themselves on Thursdays. #mcm is ManCrushMondays and #wcw is WomanCrushWednesdays and #ss is SelfieSunday.

  3. Fuji Instax cameras and film are growing in popularity lately. A lot of pro photographers will use Fuji’s SP-1 printer to hand out physical prints during a shoot. I’m assuming this is an unbranded version of Fuji’s Instax 210.

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