There’s something incredibly satisfying about taking a Polaroid. Perhaps it’s the familiar buzz the camera makes when ejecting a new picture, or the instant creation of something tangible, or the fact that everyone looks a little bit better with a big flash and lower definition. While the Polaroid company went bankrupt a few years ago, you can still buy film and replacement cameras via the Berlin-based Impossible Project. With The Impossible Project’s new “Instant Lab” device, pictured above, you can also convert digital photos on your phone to classic Polaroids. Priced at $169 and available online at The Impossible Project.
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