I recently got a Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera as a sample, and I've been testing it out as I've been running errands, meeting up with friends, or hanging around the house. This camera is fun, lightweight, and a nice breather from iPhones and other high-speed tech. Since you have a limited amount of 2x3" ZINK paper, each photo feels special and intimate. There are also some other cool features — if you have a microSD card installed, you can download the photos to your computer.
There are a few downsides though, which can mostly be cleared up by thoroughly reading the User Guide. The camera isn't as intuitive as you'd think. The light on the camera flickers a few times, so sometimes I couldn't tell if the photo had been taken or not, and then I ended up taking duplicate photos or the picture came out blurry. Also, you have to make sure to include the blue color calibration sheet for the printing to work.
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Overall, I really like using this camera, and a lot of the cons just come from being impatient in the beginning. This has been a fun camera to use while out and about, and I plan on using it the rest of the summer!