As a child who grew up in the 70’s and 80’s the Polaroid Camera pictured above was the go to way of taking pictures at birthday parties, Christmas and good ‘ol just goofing off around the house. Unlike traditional cameras the Polaroid cameras were instant. No mailing off or dropping off a roll of film and waiting for it be developed. Within minutes you knew how well the picture turned out and had instantly created memories.
In the modern world we have digital cameras that allow us to quickly preview our pics, we can upload them and have copies mailed to us, but we have lost that instant gratification of having a copy of the photo in our hands within minutes, until now. The new Polaroid Snap Touch Instant Digital Camera allows us to Snap, Print, and Share All of Your Favorite Photos Instantly with app-driven creative & new Bluetooth connectivity, plus you can customize your photos with borders, filters, and digital stickers.
The Polaroid Snap Touch Instant Digital Camera comes in variety of fun, bold colors, fits in your pocket & includes a handy wrist strap, micro USB cord & a 10-pack of paper.
- ZINK® Zero Ink technology for instantly printing photos
- 3.5 inch LCD touchscreen
- 3 color modes – black & white, color, & vintage sepia
- Option to print with the Polaroid Classic Border Logo
- 13mp CMOS sensor
- Bluetooth capability
- Self timer & selfie mirror
- 1080p full HD video recording capability
- Images & video stored on a micro SD card (up to 128GB)
The Polaroid Snap Touch Instant Digital Camera is available now from Amazon and you get FREE 2 day shipping if you are a Prime Member! Queen of Reviews has teamed up with Polaroid to offer a Polaroid Snap Touch Instant Digital Camera to be given away to one of my lucky readers. Just enter using the Giveaway Tools widget below and be sure to show them some love on facebook, twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube. Good luck!
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