Some 30 years ago or so Polaroid put out a camera that captivated consumers with its brand of simplicity. Take a phone, and a few seconds later, you'd get a photo in your hand.
Hard to believe that idea didn't find its way into the 21st century, only with an upgrade attached to it. Instead, we got a lot of digital cameras, zooming capabilities and crystal clear pictures that could easily be printed from a computer.
But not a peep out of Polaroid. That is, until now.
Polaroid has unveiled its latest and greatest with its Snap Instant camera, priced affordably at under $100 and incorporating the same technology from three decades ago only with a little bit of a twist.
First, Snap Instant is what the name says: instant. Pictures come out quickly and efficiently, and even better and not surprisingly the quality of the photos is quite good for an instant camera. These are real life, colorful and quite awe inspiring digital pictures. Polaroid certainly has come a long way since the Snap Instant predecessor from the 1980s.
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