How to Turn Your Phone Into a Polaroid Camera

How to turn your phone into a PolaroidWhat if I told you that there’s a small device that can turn your phone into one of those classic Polaroid instant cameras? The Prynt Pocket is billed as the smallest instant photo printer anywhere. It’s available in four colors and currently only compatible with the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5. Android compatibility is coming soon, but if you don’t have one of the iPhones listed above, you can stop reading for the time being.

The Prynt Pocket is about the size of a small digital camera (2.84″ x 3.27″ x 1.9″). It retails for $149 and comes with a 10 pack of ZINK (zero ink) Sticker Paper, the only photo paper compatible with Prynt Pocket (so no ink is ever necessary). FYI: Amazon sells refills in 40-packs for $19.99. Photos take 30 seconds to print and if you peel the paper on the back off, they turn into stickers.

Besides allowing you too print anything saved to your phone or your social networks, the Prynt app also enables you to add a video inside a photo. When you share your Prynt photo with friends, they can use the Prynt app to unlock the hidden video clip.


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