Polaroid’s latest device, the Polaroid Snap doesn’t use ink to print out pictures. Its ZINK paper pops up wallet sized photos instantly, for that perfect moment you want to immortalize.
Polaroid cameras have always had a certain charm that no other camera has ever been able to reproduce. The fact that your picture is only minutes away is still an amazing feature even nowadays when we are surrounded by complex technology.
A few years back however, before the smartphone era came to change our photo habits as part of the social media revolution, getting a photo in a matter of minutes was quite impressive.
A great many people have been able to keep track of their fondest moments by using a Polaroid camera and millions of fridges have been decorated with adorable pictures all throughout the world.
In spite of the fact that photography is now almost completely digital, there are quite a few photo enthusiasts out there who still value actual photos.
Well, the Polaroid Snap is meant precisely for them, as it offers them the possibility to get the perfect 2 by 3 inches photos in the shortest time.
And the ZINK photographic paper that the Polaroid Snap uses doesn’t use ink. Instead it has an interesting technology that makes use of heat to activate the color crystals on the paper, so that the image is absolutely flawless.
And just to prove that Polaroid is set on bringing its devices into the 21 century, it has a selfie feature that includes a timer, so that people can get that perfect pose and also a complete set of filters that include black and white and vintage, that go perfect with the Polaroid brand.
The price of the Polaroid Snap is a little bit steep, as it goes for $100 in specialized stores, but it is worth every cent to have such an amazing timeless gadget with you, so that you can get instant memories.
As for the ZINK paper, a pack with 50 items costs around $25, so together with the Snap it should make for quite the investment. On the other hand, Polaroids should be kept for special moments mostly, and as everybody knows, those are quite hard to come by.
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