It looks great and it should be cheap too. Of course we love the Kodak Printomatic instant camera.
If there’s a familiarity about it, that’s perhaps because it was designed by the same people behind the equally cool Polaroid Snap. But this isn’t exactly the same camera. Just similar.
The key difference is that this one has an optical viewfinder in the corner, but it still uses the same ZINK instant paper for its imagery plus the option to save the 10-megapixel images on a MicroSD card. Other features include a built-in lithium ion battery, a built-in flash and two picture modes (colour or black and white).
It’s also likely to be cheap too. In the US, this is said to be selling for around $70 with a 10-pack of ZINK paper, memory card and USB-cable thrown in. We should find out the UK price when it lands later this year.