In the era of digital technology there are still people who respect the “old” film photography. There’re still communities all over the world that enjoy even black and white film photography and find working in a dark room creative. I also was in all these for several years and it left only positive emotions.
Fancy that film cameras are still produced, and it is Fujifilm and the Summit Global Group who have launched a new film camera model lately, the Polaroid 300. Don’t be surprised: the latter is a worldwide licensee for all Polaroid branded devices.
The Polaroid 300 Instant camera is equipped with a built-in automatic flash, as well as with four scene settings for various shooting conditions.
Summit Global Group collaborated also with ZINK Imaging to create its ZINK® Zero Ink® Printing Technology, which was used later in the Polaroid PoGo™ Instant Mobile Printer and the PoGo Instant Digital Camera. Now it is used with the Instant 300 new camera and is planned to be used in later products.
The return of instant film photography is a real fun, when so many years have gone since its time of bloom. There’s almost nothing in our time that can surprise a person, but it really excites.
Polaroid 300 Instant Camera – Key Features:
- Picture Size: 2.1” x 3.4”
- Image Size: 1.8” x 2.4”
- Automatic Flash
- Four Scene Settings
- Zink ® Zero Ink® Printing Technology
- Included Accessories: 4-AA batteries, Wrist strap
- Suggested Retail Price: $89.99
- Ten-packs of Instant Film: $9.99
- Body Colors: Blue, Black
Official information: polaroid.com.