Polaroid Instant Photography Is Back With Polaroid 300

Posted: Apr 29 2010, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:52pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
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When I was a kid it seemed like everyone in my family had those Polaroid instant cameras. Anyone who was around in the 80's knows the ones I mean. You snap the pic and the print shot out the front and you could watch it develop in front of your eyes. The trick was to shake it at just the right speed.

Those cameras fell by the wayside as digital cameras started to consume the market. Polaroid is bringing the instant photography camera back with the new 300 Instant Camera. The 300 comes in several colors and is available right now for $89.99.

Its prints aren't as big as the ones from back in the day, the new 300 prints business card size photos. The cam has automatic flash and works with Polaroid 300 instant film. The film sells for $9.99 and offers ten exposures per pack.

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