It's not quite as compact as ADR Studio's Socialmatic Instagram camera, but we think this "Instagram Camera" is hands-down the best camera you can pay $2,000 and clearly the camera of the year.
There's no doubt that people absolutely love Instagram. The photo sharing network might be on the top favorite app lists of many an iOS and Android user, but what if Instagram was an actual camera that could print out all of your hipster photos? Like, maybe this camera concept by ADR Studio? Yes, please!
Maybe you're one to share pictures of your lunch on Instagram, or maybe you're a professional photographer who uses it as an easy way to share your work. Either way, a site called Instacanvas wants your pics to turn into physical, framed prints — and you'd get a buck out of it, too.
The long wait is officially over. iPhone owners can no longer gloat about Instagramming their delicious meals while Android users sit staring jealously. Shown briefly at last month's SXSW, the Android version of Instagram is now officially on the Google Play store.
Two of the iPhone's most popular photography apps — Instagram and Hipstamatic — are teaming up together to form what could be the biggest thing to happen to photo-sharing since Flickr landed on the scene in 2004.
Still not done gift shopping for the holidays? No pressure. If the 105 (and counting) gift ideas we've suggested don't cut it, then why not give a gift from the heart? In this case, print up your favorite Instagram photos into a few adorable little photo books, stickers or posters. You can't beat the gift of memories.