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Polaroid Mint 2-in-1 digital camera has built-in photo printer

Polaroid Mint 2-in-1 digital camera has built-in photo printer

Polaroid is back with two new products, the Polaroid Mint 2-in-1 instant digital camera and the Polaroid Mint pocket printer. The camera is exactly what it sounds like: a digital camera that has a built-in photo printer, making it possible to save images to a microSD card but also produce small instant prints. The new pocket printer, meanwhile, works with a mobile app to rapidly print photos.

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Polaroid Originals OneStep+ instant camera packs Bluetooth and two lenses

Polaroid Originals OneStep+ instant camera packs Bluetooth and two lenses

Polaroid Originals has launched an update to its existing OneStep 2 camera with the new OneStep+. The upcoming model features a retro Polaroid camera design, but improves upon the OneStep 2 with several new features: Bluetooth, multiple lenses, and more. This isn't a digital camera, instead printing instant photos like the older, more iconic camera models.

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Moto Mod Polaroid Insta-Share turns your phone into a printer

Moto Mod Polaroid Insta-Share turns your phone into a printer

If ever there was a good idea beyond the obvious for Moto Mods for the Moto Z device collection, it was this one. A Polaroid-brand instant photo printer that attaches to the back of your phone. Unless I'm mistaken, this is the first time a smartphone has been this close to an original Polaroid Instamatic without actually being a custom-made Instamatic itself.

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The Polaroid OneStep 2 just brought back the original …sort of

The Polaroid OneStep 2 just brought back the original …sort of

The Polaroid OneStep 2 i-Type Camera is a modern recreation - reboot, if you will, of the original Polaroid OneStep. The original Polaroid OneStop was made in 1977, and the subsequent line of OneStop Polaroid self-printing photo cameras made Polaroid a household name. In 2016, the company "The Impossible Project" created "The Impossible I-1", a self-printing photo camera that used self-printing photo film made in the last remaining Polaroid film-printing factory in the world.

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Polaroid’s new phones are (maybe) named after Cosmo Kramer

Polaroid’s new phones are (maybe) named after Cosmo Kramer

Polaroid has introduced a pair of new smartphones, and they're both seemingly named after the Seinfeld character Cosmo Kramer. Called the Polaroid Cosmo K and Cosmo K Plus, both phones are being introduced in Mexico alongside a tablet called the Jet C7. Did Polaroid say specifically that they're named after Cosmo Kramer? No. But it's hard to imagine the name was inspired by any other.

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Polaroid Pop Instant Digital Camera spits out small printed photos

Polaroid Pop Instant Digital Camera spits out small printed photos

Polaroid has another camera on the market that can print physical photographs, this one the Polaroid Pop Instant Camera. This small camera made its debut at CES 2017; with it, photographers can print instant 3x4” photos, the very thing for which Polaroid is famous. This camera is somewhat similar to the maker’s previous Snap cameras, using the ZINK Zero Ink printer integrated within the model to print the photos.

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MiNT SLR650-S is a limited edition Polaroid SLR

MiNT SLR650-S is a limited edition Polaroid SLR

MiNT is celebrating the production of 10,000 SLR670 cameras and to do so the company has crafted the limited edition SLR670-S camera. If you were around in the '80s you will definitely recognize the SLR670-S for what it is, a Polaroid instant camera. The limited edition camera has two major advancements that other cameras in the MiNT line don't offer.

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Polaroid Snap Touch instant camera boasts touchscreen

Polaroid Snap Touch instant camera boasts touchscreen

Leica recently introduced its “Sofort” instant camera, an offering that in some ways pales in comparison to Polaroid’s new Snap Touch instant camera. Unlike most instant cameras, the Snap Touch features a large 3.5-inch touchscreen on the back, blending the best elements of instant and digital cameras to make the process of near-analog photography all the more fun and convenient. The camera also supports recording video, offers Bluetooth, and more.

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Polaroid Swing for iOS snaps moving photos

Polaroid Swing for iOS snaps moving photos

Polaroid, the popular but battered company that faced huge changes as smartphone cameras began dominating the consumer photography market, has launched a new mobile app for iOS called Polaroid Swing. The app isn’t a photo app in the traditional sense — rather than taking a picture, applying a filter, and then uploading it to a social network, Polaroid Swing records a one-second-long “moving photo” that's like something out of Harry Potter.

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Polaroid 4K UHD LED smart TVs unveiled with Google Cast

Polaroid 4K UHD LED smart TVs unveiled with Google Cast

Polaroid has announced plans to enter the smart TV market with a new line of 4K Ultra HD LED offerings. The company announced a new partnership with Google in recent days at the latter's I/O event; because of that partnership, these new TVs will feature Google Cast technology, allowing owners to cast content from their preferred gadget to the television. The company has five TVs planned for this 4K line.

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I-1 Instant Camera revives the Polaroid spirit in digital form

I-1 Instant Camera revives the Polaroid spirit in digital form

The Impossible Project has taken the wraps off its I-1 instant Camera, a Polaroid-like camera combining the best of past and present technology to form a simple digital camera that produces instant prints. In this case, the cameras uses the maker’s own type 600 film, which was created as a replica of Polaroid’s now-discontinued 600-type product — the camera is compatible with that, as well, in case you still have some lying around in a dusty box.

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Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

Take your DSLR underwater with Polaroid’s housing cases

The idea of taking underwater photographs with a quality camera can be exciting, what with the beautiful things you might see and be able to capture. On the other hand, an expensive DSLR camera is probably one of the last things anyone wants to take near water, let alone under it. That's where Polaroid wants to help adventurous shutterbugs, with their waterproof housing cases that can withstand submersion up to 130 feet.

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