This Polaroid Produces Instant Slices of Cheesy Deliciousness

Instead of churning out instant photos, this Polaroid has had its camera guts removed and replaced with a simple cheese slicer. It still produces fond memories, but instead of a baby's smile or a day at the beach, it's fond memories eating thin slices of cheese. And that would put a smile on anybody's face—except the lactose intolerant. [Gamago via Chip Chick] Read More >>

Polaroid's Socialmatic Camera is all About Sharing Your Shots

We were cautiously optimistic when the concept for the real-life Instagram camera, the Socialmatic, popped up online last year. But despite our concerns, Polaroid is officially making the design a reality. The company is partnering with Socialmatic, and when the camera is available this Autumn, it will allow photographers to either instantly share their shots on "major social media networks" or just run off a hard copy using the device's built-in instant ZINK printer. Read More >>

Fujifilm's Instax Printer Turns Phone Snaps Into Instant Film Photos

These days, everything is instant photography, but no matter how many filters you smear onto that smartphone picture, it's never going to have the wonderful feel of the photos a Polaroid used to spit out. But now you can approximate that level of satisfaction thanks to Fujifilm's new Instax Share SP-1 printer. Read More >>

Polaroid Revival Attempt #215: Launch an Android Picture Frame App

The current owners of the historically important Polaroid brand are attempting to make it relevant once again, launching another kind of image framing and filtering app for Android users. Just what we really needed. Read More >>

This Amazing Lego Instant Camera Even Pops Out Lego Polaroids

We couldn't be happier that Lego master Chris McVeigh—aka Power Pig—is continuing to use his formidable skills to create brick versions of iconic cameras. Following up on his Leica M9-P he brings us this gorgeous Lego version of the Polaroid Land Camera 1000. Read More >>

Two European Adapters for a Quid Is Your Cheapskate Backpacker Deal of the Day

Dig, if you will, a picture of you on a European holiday with only one travel plug adapter because you’ve only got one, and you realised at the last minute and you refused to pay a fiver for one in the airport and lied to yourself that it would be okay. Weep. Read More >>

Polaroid's New Android Tablets Might Give Nexus Some Stiff Competition

Polaroid has announced a new pair of Android tablets at CES. Their most obvious selling point is super-low pricing — but will their performance be able to stand up to the competition? Read More >>

Polaroid iM1836: This Interchangeable-Lens Android Camera Seems Too Good to Be True

Polaroid's interchangeable-lens camera with Android OS leaked so hard last month that Polaroid went ahead and confirmed its existence, saying it would reveal additional specs about the Polaroid iM1836 at CES. Here's that information, and wowow this thing looks incredible. So incredible, that we won't believe this monster does all Polaroid says it can until we see it with our own eyes. Read More >>

Whoa, Is This Polaroid Mirrorless Camera Real?

The internet is awash today with rumours of a possible Polaroid mirrorless camera. All looks good at first glance, but some weirdness makes us question whether it's all a ruse. Read More >>

This Polaroid Look-a-Like Packs Modern Digital Guts

The Impossible Project brought the Polaroid instant camera back from the dead, but it turns out that resurrection comes with an extremely high price tag. So if you've always liked the looks of Polaroid's iconic SX-70, you can now grab a smaller, cheaper, digitalier version of it. Read More >>

These Polaroids Might Be the Oldest Pictures of an Apple Computer

In 1976, Apple products were far from the thin, glossy blades they are today. Apple's humble beginnings started with the Apple I, hand-built by Steve Wozniak himself, and sold for $666.66. When Paul Terrell, owner of the Byte Shop, purchased 50 of the machines for sale way back then, he took a few pictures with his Polaroid camera. Now, those pictures are quite possibly the oldest pictures ever taken of an Apple product. Read More >>

The First Time the Public Ever Saw a Polaroid

Polaroid, that thing that happened before Instagram happened, is one of the fascinating untold tech stories of our time. In the recently released Instant: The Story of Polaroid, Christopher Bonanos recounts the stunning day the inventors of Polaroid first unveiled their new technology. Read More >>

Before Sexting, There Was Polaroid

Long before mobile phones gave us the ability to share pictures with the tap of a button, Polaroid was synonymous with instant photography. In his new book Instant: The Story of Polaroid, Christopher Bonanos explains how that little one step camera paved the way for sexting as we know it: Read More >>

Impossible Looks to Do the Impossible and Turn Your Phone Snaps into Real, Instant Photos

Alright, you might have turned your Instagram shots into an arty iPad case, or even had them made into chocolates, but have you ever wanted to grab your phone camera snaps and instantly turn them into real analogue photos? The folks at Impossible look to do that with their snazzy Instant Lab, that takes your digital photos and turns them into real instant analogue prints. Ya-huh! Read More >>

Turn Your Instagram Photos Into Chocolate, and Gorge On Your Own Hipsterism

We're pretty fond of Instagram around here, but I'm not really sure why, if I'm honest. Perhaps it's the quirky little square-shaped photos that the app digitally pops out, or maybe it's just the array of filters to make everything look pretty? Nonetheless, here's something that really makes the most of it: Cocoagraph, or chocolate Instagram 'prints'. Read More >>


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