Give your guests something to chuckle about with this Polaroll Toilet Paper Holder. This toilet paper holder looks just like a Polaroid camera, but this one dispenses toilet paper instead of film. It’s better than an actual camera in your bathroom. Your guests will love […]
Are you old enough to remember Polaroid Cameras? At one time it was the only way we could get instant photos. Kids today are so spoiled. Well, many of you probably still have the cameras, but finding film for them is tricky. Not anymore. Impossible […]
It’s not just Samsung that will be selling an Android-powered camera, Android is set to take over digital imaging. The Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera combines the power of a smartphone with the flexibility of an interchangeable camera. The base kit comes with a 10-30mm zoom […]
Instant film cameras might not be the miracle they once were but Polaroid still has a few tricks up its sleeve, and the Digital Polaroid Camera will probably still blow your mind. Why? Because it lets you print pictures without using ink cartridges. That’s right. […]
Polaroid cameras are a classic part of American culture. Sadly they are no longer being produced, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still get one. These Reconditioned Classic Polaroid Cameras have been fully reconditioned from pre-owned cameras and are the perfect way to get […]
Polaroid cameras used to be the hottest thing around before the digital age was born. You could take a photo then wait a few minutes and actually have a printed copy right there in your hands; granted you never knew if it was going to […]
Since digital cameras took over, Polaroid cameras went the way of the dinosaur. (Polaroid stopped production of their instant film a few years ago already.) It is great to see pictures right after taking them on the screen, but sometimes it would be nice to […]
Ryan Astle, a graphic designer / production artist living in New Brunswick in Canada, has created the “Photoroid” for iPhone – a retro cool skin inspired by the old Polaroid instant cameras.
A Polaroid instant camera might not be the most common choice of equipment when taking photos these days, but the retro style those kind of photographs have is still a popular look when it comes to adding frames to digital photos for example.