The Impossible Project – the outfit that's shown more love to instant photography than any other firm ever (bar Polaroid, perhaps) – has launched its first-ever instant camera, designed for the digital age.
If you're looking for a fun instant camera but aren't quite ready to wrench yourself away from digital tech, then how about the stylish I-1 device, a soon-to-launch Polaroid-type camera that you control via an iPhone app.
Dusting off its instant film photography roots, Polaroid is improving its line of go-anywhere Cube action cameras. Its latest, the Cube+, offers solid performance and versatility thanks to its magnetic case.
GoPro's Hero4 Session camera certainly looks similar to Polaroid's Cube, and Polaroid's not happy about it, accusing its competitor of infringing a design patent. GoPro, however, says the design was on the drawing board long before the…
A startup called Prynt wants to inject a little more shareable fun into things with a smartphone case that prints photos in about 30 seconds. It also has the ability to instantly turn physical photos into videos.