Instant cam to cam fun
We help you choose the best instant camera for parties, holidays and keepsakes.
These days it's easier than ever to snap dozens of high-quality photos every minute with the latest smartphone, but there's still something magical and unique about an instant print.
She said it's always a hit in DIY photobooths at weddings and for documenting bachelorette parties, but she mainly uses hers to capture photos of friends who visit her apartment to hang on the fridge.
"The camera is reliable and has worked every time I've needed it to over the past 4 years, even when it goes without use for months at a time," she said.
The anticipation is part of the fun, allowing you to point and shoot without chimping away at the LCD screen to produce an image that may be brilliant or may be terrible, but either way is all but guaranteed to be memorable.
It’s certainly the one that has the broadest appeal. all while returning to the ideals that made Polaroid great to begin with: simplicity, instant gratification, socialization, and fun.“I’m old enough that all the original equity that Polaroid created with products like the Land Camera and One Step still lives in my heart,” says Robert Brunner, the founder of Ammunition and an Apple design alumnus. So how does a dedicated camera even fit into people’s lives anymore?
As designed by San Francisco-based design studio Ammunition, the Polaroid Cube is an action cam that wants to be for kids and parents what Go Pro is for people who fling themselves off of skyscrapers . “With the Cube, we wanted to make a camera that was spiritually in line with the best products Polaroid ever made.” But still different: a physical camera that is as easy-to-use as an app. It fits in by doing things your smartphone can’t easily do.
“Let’s face facts: not everyone is interested strapping a camera to their helmet and base-jumping off skyscrapers, but that’s the Go Pro ideal.
We wanted to make something on the other end of the spectrum.