Nov 5 2013, 10:07am CST | by Sumayah Aamir
Polaroid is going to mark this holiday season with red color. The 75 years old camera brand is bringing back the Pic-300 Instant Analog Camera with red color. Now users will enjoy instant imaging and sharing with new fun color. This camera is already available in 3 different color choice if blue, purple and black. Red is the 4th color option now.
President and CEO of Polaroid, Scott W. Hardy said, “Instant photography has always been about creativity and self-expression, and Polaroid continues to be at the forefront of this trend by delivering cameras that are fun and easy to use. At Polaroid, we embrace the color spectrum as part of our heritage, and expanding the available color options for one of our classic instant cameras will allow consumers to better express their individual personalities and sense of style.”
The specs of this camera include an auto flash that works in low-light. It is an energy saving camera as its lamps automatically turn off when camera remained unused for 5 minutes while powered-on. It has four scene settings that will allow user to capture the perfect shot in any light. A detachable wrist strap also comes with this camera that will allow users to capture on-the-go.
Polaroid Red Pic-300 is a perfect holiday gift for just $69.99. You can instantly print and share card size images with this budgeted camera. It will be your best companion this holiday season to cover all special events and holiday parties!
You can now buy Polaroid Red Pic-300 for $69.99 via Amazon, Target and other retailers. Also the Polaroid Bundle that includes a Red PIC-300 Instant Camera and accessory kit of 5 pack film, is now available for $129.99 at Amazon.
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