The Polaroid Snap camera is a modern 10-megapixel version of the classic polaroid camera we all love. Since it’s tiny and oh-so light, it’s the perfect instant camera to carry around at festivals and parties. While the photos print instantly, in color, on 2×3 inch sheets of ZINK paper, they’re also saved on an SD card to satisfy all your digital needs.
The Box 51 Photo Booth set provides all the props you need for an awesome party photoshoot. This fun party photo kit includes a whopping 24 cardboard props including bowties, absurd moustaches, geeky glasses, voluptuous fake lips and lots more fun items. Sticks with self-adhesive ends are provided so that items can be easily propped up when it’s time to party. The best of all, it even comes with a fancy looking frame that will add a professional touch to your party pics. Box 51 is a cool party accessory for weddings, bachelor or bachelorette parties, birthday parties, holiday celebrations and pretty much any other event where taking memorable and awesome looking photos are a good idea.
Instant photography lovers, Impossible Project’s instant smartphone photo printer is for you! Unlike traditional printers, it’s actually just a 35mm lense camera that takes a photograph of the photo on your phone’s screen and prints it out instantly, polaroid style. Paired with a roll of polaroid film, this is a cool accessory (or gift) for someone who takes exceptionally good photos with their smartphone.
Who needs a camera drone when you can make your GoPro action camera fly? Simply insert your GoPro, toss your Birdie (Make your camera fly) up into the sky and take your action photo skills to great new heights. Funded from an Indiegogo campaign, Birdie is a unique and affordable way to experience the beauty of aerial photography.
Ever wondered just how far you can take your polaroid photography skills? The Polaroid Book is an immense curation of polaroid images taken by hundreds of photographers around the world. It goes beyond the classic coffee table book to something inspiring, engaging and educating. You don’t have to be a photographer to appreciate the wonders of the book. After devouring all 350 pages of this book, you’ll probably want to buy some more film for your dust-collection polaroid camera.