Germany’s largest daily newspaper ‘BILD’ reports on the comeback of instant photography and the Polaroid Snap Touch and Polaroid Pop instant cameras. According to BILD, the abundance of digital photos has resulted in consumers looking for haptic retro experiences to create something unique and special.
Real and unique pictures instead of thousands of digital snapshots: ‘Focus’ presents the Polaroid Snap Touch in an overview of the newest instant cameras on the growing market. It is explained that consumers appreciate that they can focus on the right setting and picture motif in order to hold a beautiful result in their hands […]
Renowned German newspaper ‘DIE WELT’ explains the fascination of instant photography which centers around one brand: Polaroid. Why? Because instant photography had become cool again.
Fashion and lifestyle magazine ELLE names the Polaroid Snap digital instant camera a perfect gift for the upcoming Valentine’s Day.
German Pop singer and songwriter Jan Sievers’ latest single is entitled “Polaroid”. In the YouTube video of the song Sievers uses the Polaroid Snap Touch camera to record his memories in photos.
Bild, Germany’s highest selling tabloid newspaper reviews the new Polaroid Pop instant digital camera.
Taking pictures, printing and storing them: three functions in one camera. Reason enough for the ‘Hamburger Abendblatt’newspaper to spotlight the new Polaroid Pop digital instant camera.
Computer BILD’ reports about the new Polaroid Pop digital instant camera presented at CES 2017 in Polaroid’s 80th anniversary year.
Germany’s oldest technology and consumer electronics online magazine presents Polaroid’s latest addition to its instant camera product line.
‘TURN ON’, the consumer technology magazine by renowned German retailer Saturn presents the new Polaroid Pop in their lifestyle news.
For the design blog ‘Designers in Action’ the new Polaroid Pop builds a bridge between the nostalgic instant camera from the 1970s and 1980s to modern designs and latest technologies.
ComputerBild, one of Germany’s most renowned technology magazines, talks up the new instant camera megatrend. The article states consumers currently prefer physical pictures to digital photos stored to smartphones and tablets.