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Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera (White) with ZINK Zero Ink Printing Technology For $76.49

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Striking Minimalist Design is Reminiscent of all Classic Polaroid Instant Cameras
Compact Size Slips Neatly Into Your Shirt Pocket; Price is Equally Wallet-Friendly
10-Megapixel Sensor Captures Brilliant Images; Micro SD Slot Holds 32GB (Max)
Integrated ZINK Instant Printer Produces Full-Color 2x3" Prints in Under 1 Minute (Available Separately)
Adhesive Back Makes for Easy Posting; Digital Copy is Saved for PC/Social Media
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2"x3" prints lol
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Thanks. Bought this for a baby shower gift.
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2"x3" prints lol
yeah, they are small, but my kid loves them for his last day of school pics to hand out to his friends
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Need a deal on the LCD model. We waste a lot of film with this model.
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i like this considering my instax 210 is the size of a toaster and is $1/shot. i want to take 1 photo a day forever and document my boring life. i guess this is what happens when you're not on social media.
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gf wants one of these 'old school' cameras. are there diff models? Is this a good one because i noticed i think Fuji also has a similar one. 2x 3 is common size for these types of cameras?
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What do they mean zero ink? Is there no ink to buy?
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What do they mean zero ink? Is there no ink to buy?
Nope, like the old Polaroid cameras, the film is loaded inside and prints from within the camera. 50 pack of 2x3 paper will run you $20-25.

Last Christmas I bought the one with the LCD (Z2300) and a bunch of refill sheets for my teenage daughter. This year she is asking for more refills. The LCD on mine looks worse than the one on my early 2000s HP digital camera but does the job.

I agree that having the LCD would be useful so you can preview what you are printing. Alternately, you should be able to pop the card out, review shots, and only keep the ones you want to print. That would defeat the purpose of having this type of camera IMO.
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Nope, like the old Polaroid cameras, the film is loaded inside and prints from within the camera. 50 pack of 2x3 paper will run you $20-25.
Must use heat to activate the ink and colors...
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This is pretty good deals. I been waiting for an instant camera but I would wait for LCD one
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Was $59 at Best Buy..
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Was $59 at Best Buy..
Link or it didn't happen.
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Nope, like the old Polaroid cameras, the film is loaded inside and prints from within the camera. 50 pack of 2x3 paper will run you $20-25.

Last Christmas I bought the one with the LCD (Z2300) and a bunch of refill sheets for my teenage daughter. This year she is asking for more refills. The LCD on mine looks worse than the one on my early 2000s HP digital camera but does the job.

I agree that having the LCD would be useful so you can preview what you are printing. Alternately, you should be able to pop the card out, review shots, and only keep the ones you want to print. That would defeat the purpose of having this type of camera IMO.


Repped... Sorry it's late
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