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Polaroid 8GB MP4 player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

The name Polaroid conjures up images of instant cameras, not MP3 players. Nevertheless the company is branching out into the MP3 player market with the release of its Polaroid 8GB MP4 player. The device features a 2.8-inch touchscreen display and a microSD card expansion up to 32GB.

It also includes a built-in speaker, so you can enjoy your music and videos without using earphones. If you like what this guy offers, it is available for $59.99.

Official Polaroid app for iOS

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2010

Polaroid is making a comeback, but as it turns out, an iOS app has arrived before an actual camera. Polaroid has partnered with Lol Software to release the official Polaroid app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app offers users 30 different official filters and colored borders to create the Polaroid effect.

You also have the option of uploading pictures directly to Facebook. The app supports iOS 4.2, its wireless AirPrint capability and also allows full resolution images to be stored in the photo library or shared via email.

Polaroid launches 300 Instant Camera

Posted in Polaroid by Shane McGlaun on April 29th, 2010

Those Polaroid instant cameras were a stable at birthday parties, holidays, and family functions when I was a kid. The things would shoot those pictures out and the kids would crowd around to see how they developed.

Polaroid has unveiled the instant camera for the new generation who wants to share pics right now called the 300 Instant Camera. The cam has four scene settings, an integrated flash, and shoots business card size pics out the top.

Polaroid gets into the video game business

Posted in Polaroid by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2010

Polaroid is a name that has long been associated with instant cameras. But now, headsets and battery packs for the Xbox 360, a dock for the Nintendo DS, sports packs and sensor bars for the Wii, and even controllers for the PS3 are being worked on by Polaroid.

Maybe next we’ll see a Polaroid camera peripheral for the Wii, so you can snap shots of your game and add them to your scrapbook. Hey, they have to make money somehow right?

Polaroid announces new OneStep film along with instant digital cameras and more

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2010

Polaroid has been busy with several new products. The most interesting is the PIC 1000, the new Polaroid OneStep film camera. Just like its predecessor, it uses Polaroid Color 600 Instant Film. It will be available at national retailers in 2010.

The newest Zink-enabled camera, the Instant Digital Camera, features 12 megapixels and 3 x 4-inch prints.Then there are a handful of LCD TVs from 42 to 65 inches in size with the Polaroid name. Polaroid is back big time.

Lego Polaroid Camera

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2009

It’s no secret that we love Lego around here. We also have a special place in our hearts for the Polaroid camera. So it goes without saying that we have fallen in love with this adorable mashup.

Sadly, this Lego Polaroid 1000 instant camera doesn’t actually work. If it did it would sell like crazy. Maybe Polaroid and Lego can team up and offer us a working model, but we won’t hold our breath.

Hello Kitty FUJIFILM Instax Mini 25 Camera

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2009

Hello Kitty FUJIFILM Instax Mini 25 CameraAh, we meet again Kitty. I thought I had seen the last of you with the Hello Kitty Mimobots. But alas, you live. Apparently there are 12 year old girls still drinking the Kool-Aid.

Which means that they will be buying the FUJIFILM Instax Mini 25 Hello Kitty with 50 Instax Films. This is Fuji’s version of a Polaroid camera. Just press the button and an instant color photo appears soon after to share with your other Hello Kitty cult members.


Polaroid to re-launch instant film next year

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on October 13th, 2009

Polaroid killing off instant film format Seems that Polaroid can’t make up their mind. After killing off their instant cameras along with instant film, they have now decided to get back into the game. At least part of this decision has to do with new management.

Whatever the reasons, they have realized their error and would like it very much if you used their cameras and film. The company is re-launching the One Step Camera and instant film in 2010. That’s not too far off for all of you Polaroid fans. But are you over instant film or do you really want more?

Tomy xiao digital camera with built in Zink printer

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2008

Tomy xiao digital camera with built in Zink printerMany of us miss Polaroids. They weren’t all that great, but they did provide a strange sort of instant gratification. Sadly, Polaroid is dead. But it keeps coming back in other forms. You might remember Zink, that company whose technology prints digital photos on the spot without ink.

Well, they’re back, this time with strange bedfellows. They’ve been rolling around in the sheets with toy-maker Tomy to make the xiao TIP-521, a digital camera with a printer built in. The xiao has a five megapixel resolution, so you may want to wait a bit. The point is they are on it people. Polaroid lives on.

Polaroid portable mini-photo printer

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2008

Polaroid portable mini-photo printer
Polaroid finally has a release date for their portable Bluetooth mini-photo printer, the PoGo. It uses an inkless printing system developed by Zink to create 2 x 3-inch full-color copies of images from your camera or cellphone. The photo sheets contain tiny dye crystals that form your picture when they’re heated and the process takes roughly sixty seconds.

The PoGo will give you fifteen prints per charge and connects via USB or Bluetooth. They expect it to be a big hit with teens, but who knows, might be a hit with grannies for all I know. You can get one starting on July 6th for $149.

Polaroid killing off instant film format

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2008

Polaroid killing off instant film format
The company most known for their instant film cameras and the instant film that went with them is closing it’s last film plants in Mass., a victim of the digital age. The fun instant Polaroids will soon be a thing of the past. To the horror of those who love all things retro, no more instant film will be produced.

Within the past two years, Polaroid had already stopped production on the instant cameras. The film will be available until around next year, so those who want or need more can still get it. It was only a matter of time before the 21st century caught up with Polaroid’s format. In the not too distant future, the only people interested in buying the film will be Hollywood production designers wanting to use it for authenticity in movies etc. Well, they had a good run, and captured many an embarrassing moment, the occasional ghost and various assorted naughty things. It’s been fun.


Polaroid DPJ takes iPod movies to the next level

Posted in iPod,iPod Accessories,Polaroid,Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2008

Polaroid DPJ takes your iPod movies to the next levelPolaroid’s DPJ-08580B is only one of a hundred gadgets that go with your iPod, but it manages to stand out admirably. The device is basically a portable DVD player with an embedded iPod dock, which will allow you to view videos stored on your iPod in a larger format. Not huge mind you, but larger. The screen is 8.5 inches.

It retails for just 28,000 yen, which is about $252, but if you absolutely have to buy an accessory for your iPod, you will probably get more enjoyment out of this one then most of the other gadgets out there.

The Polaroid Media Backup

Posted in Digital Imaging,Polaroid,Storage by Chetz on April 12th, 2007

Polaroid Media Backup CGA-02540The digital photography age hasn’t been kind to old school titans like Polaroid. The creators of the instant photo have taken a beating as digital cameras and photo quality printers hit the market and eliminated the need for dropping off your canister of film at the local photo department. However, this latest announcement from the company shows that there’s still innovation happening in their R&D department.

The Polaroid Media Backup CGA-02540 is perfect for anyone you know that is technophobic when it comes to downloading or transferring photos from one computer to another. When you plug this unit into your system’s USB it automatically searches for any digital photos, copies them to its 40 GB of storage and voila, instant backup. That’s it. No software to learn, no extra cables to clutter up your drawers, it all comes down to Polaroid’s ClickFree software.

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