In addition to the Instagram-inspired Socialmtic camera, Polaroid showed off a new long-zoom bridge camera and shared more news about its Fotobar retail concept, including the opening of a Las Vegas flagship with Andy Warhol exhibit.
Socialmatic, a camera from Polaroid that lets you take Polaroid pictures and post to Instagram, Facebook, and other social networks, will debut in fall 2014. Polaroid announced details about the camera at CES.
Microsoft will be supplying Surface tablets to NFL coaches and players so they can review e-playbooks and watch instant replays rather than look at paper-based signs and Polaroids during games.
Those who are still in love with the idea of a physical, instant photo will adore the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8... but it's a love that comes with a hefty price tag. Here's our hands on.
The Instamatic Socialmatic camera, which marries digital Instagram-style photography with instant film gratification, will debut in 2014 as a Polaroid cam. And, no shaking is necessary, please.
Done with photo DIY? Check out our hands-on with the new Polaroid Fotobar, a retail experience that injects a little real-life into saving, editing, and printing your photos.
The company, known more for their instant film heritage, stakes a claim on the digital front with a new mirrorless, Android-based interchangeable lens cam.
Polaroid has announced a pair of Android tablets at CES 2013. The M7 and M10 have a 7-inch and a 10-inch screen respectively and considering their specifications, are very reasonably priced.
Polaroid is branching out into mobile device technology with their first release, a 7-inch tablet for kids.
Sick of just being a name associated with old, out-of-date means of photography, Polaroid may have found a way back into the fray. A plan to open retail stores where consumers can edit and print out photos from their smartphones and online services will begin…
Information about an upcoming mirrorless camera from Polaroid that runs on Android was leaked through a Russian social networking site. Here's the scoop.
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We always knew digital photography would overtake film, but it's economics and chemistry that are burying it.
It's digital meets analog for this Impossible Project instant film camera which turns your iPhone photos into a printed keepsake.
If the phrase "Shake it like a Polaroid picture" already lost its context in this modern age, prepare to be even more confused with a new range of Polaroid-branded consumer electronics.