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Polaroid has agreed to produce the Socialmatic camera concept first proposed by ADR Studio last year.
Polaroid's newly announced mirrorless camera have two innovative features other competing cameras in the same category don't.
Polaroid's latest move, the launch of a chain of photo printing stores, might be its riskiest, and possibly smartest move in years.
There's a certain charm to a Polaroid that just can't be captured with a digital camera. Hoping to bring back the magic of an instant photo, Polaroid is releasing the Z2300, its new pocket-sized instant camera that uses Zink to print out digital photos as if they were film.
Photos and photo apps are a part of our everyday life now thanks to our mobile phones. A big downside is that in most cases we never print the photos — they stay in the virtual world. Wouldn't it just be nice to be able to print one out every now and then?
Polariod has just released their new Z340 "instant" digital camera. It's a less-cool version of the GL30 that we saw at CES, featuring an integrated photo printer. It's a neat idea, but does it give you the "classic Polaroid instant experience" like the press release says it does? Our gut: No way.
When the world heard that Polaroid was ending the instant camera business, photographers and even neophytes mourned the loss of a classic camera and hobby. Polaroid then revived instant film with the ugly Polaroid 300, a rebrand of an already plastic-licious FujiFilm Instax Mini 7. Lady Gaga hopped onboard as Polaroid's new creative director and the result wasn't only a bizarre pair of camera sunglasses, but also the Grey Label GL30 Instant Digital Camera.
The only way to describe the Polaroid's Lady Gaga event is to liken it to an ant farm, because that's exactly how it felt waiting for her fashionably late eyewear announcement. Nonetheless, Gaga fans will recall that a couple of years back, the queen of strange donned a pair of glasses with iPod screens in the place of lenses. Today, Gaga unveiled the Polarez, a Gaga-fied pair of glasses with a built in camera and two screens that will make you look even more ridiculous at your next party.
This here is the Polaroid 300. It should be one of the most exciting things to happen to casual photography for a while. It's not, for three awful, terrible, why-would-you-do-that reasons. First up? The camera is $90. Okay, okay, I...