Who else here grew up in the 80’s and remembers owning a Polaroid camera? ????♀️ I was a child of the 80’s and loved our Polaroid. Digging through my mom’s old picture box, most of them are Polaroid frame pictures.
Nostalgia of Instant Camera
There is definitely something nostalgic about the instant camera aspect of a Polaroid considering the digital media we’ve grown accustomed to today. Having a tangible picture in your hands in seconds is still pretty awesome.
In fact, our teen girls love the concept and have even reverted back to buying disposable cameras. Why? I’m not sure. BUT… I was so excited to be able to offer them a better solution!
The Polaroid Lab!
The Polaroid Lab takes the digital and makes it analog. From something on a screen to a tangible thing, a moment to be shared with a friend, an experience that you can hold in your hand.
Not a printer, not a scanner, just an instant formula for timeless images.
The all new Polaroid Lab transforms your digital photos into real Polaroid pictures using your phone’s display.
Plus, using the Polaroid Originals app, you can add video into your pictures and view with AR for a special experience.
That pretty much takes our 80’s Polaroid experience up to a whole new level! And it’s pretty cool!
Of course, as far as my girls and their friends are concerned, they are simply stoked about the instant photos. My girls have photo walls featuring tons of pictures with their friends and this makes that design even easier to continue.
As for film, you can use it with i-Type and 600 film (color, black-and-white, and special editions). The printed photos look just like the square memories we captured as kids!
I love the nostalgia of the Polaroid Lab and seeing my girls excited about the new technology is just the icing on the cake.
If you have a teen on your holiday shopping list, this will definitely be a hot item to watch this year!
Grab yours at your local Best Buy now or online at BestBuy.com
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