Hammacher Schlemmer offers an Authentic Boardwalk Photo Booth for your home. The $11,000 walk-in gadget can take and print a four-frame strip of pictures in 16 seconds.
Unlike prior models that used chemical processes to develop pictures, this one uses a thermal printer exclusively designed by Polaroid, producing 2" H x 2" W 72-dpi monochrome images.
The photo booth works just like its predecessors; individuals, couples, or groups press a button and pose for each of four pictures, taken in five-second intervals. The booth comes with two rolls of film that provide up to 3,200 pictures (or 800 sessions of four-frame photo strips).
An additional roll of film sells for $500. As you see at the prices, this Christmasgift is only for people who are unaffected by the financial crisis.
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