print and share ink free photos using polaroid’s snap digital camera
all images courtesy of polaroid 





polaroid announced the introduction of the ‘snap’ instant digital camera at IFA 2015 in berlin, germany. the latest addition to the brand’s expanding instant digital camera line, the ‘snap’ delivers the instant simplicity with a pocket sized form factor and affordable price point. in addition to its compact footprint and classic instant photo experience, the camera combines ‘zero ink’ printing technology platform to enable users to easily print and share physical photos at the push of a button, while saving their image for easy uploading to a computer and any social media platform. 


polaroid-snap-instant-camera-designboom-02the camera uses zero ink technology developed by zink




led by industrial designer robert brunner from ammunition, the polaroid ‘snap’ camera’s minimalist design features an updated look that incorporates design elements of vintage instant cameras, such as the iconic polaroid ‘color spectrum’. the team at ammunition created a sense of continuity between classic cameras and current products. 


polaroid-snap-instant-camera-designboom-03instantly prints color 2×3 inch photos automatically




the ‘snap’ features a 10 MP digital sensor with an integrated printer that allows users to instantly print full color two by three inch prints automatically when an image is captured. thanks to its quick print abilities, consumers can shoot new images even while printing. additionally, the camera features a micro SD card slot that holds up to 32GB to save and easily transfer and upload images to a computer, cloud service or social media. the camera will be available in black, white, red and blue in late 2015.  

polaroid-snap-instant-camera-designboom-04the camera includes a micro SD card slot for transferring and storage 


polaroid-snap-instant-camera-designboom-05the camera also features a photo booth mode, which takes six quick pictures in ten seconds.