No list of snappy little cameras would be complete without Kodac. Equally famed for its 35mm film stock and associated cameras, the company are back with their modern spin on its cameras of old. Loosely resembling the palm-sized Kodac your parents probably clicked away with on holiday back in the day, the Printomatic has been beautifully designed with simplicity in mind. The name itself is delightfully retro too. So, what you'll find here is a no-frills point-and-click budget camera with some surprising extras. Firstly, it prints in colour onto water and tear-resistant sticker paper. Secondly, it's a nice wide-angle lens so you'll have plenty of flexibility with framing. Last but not least, the photos are also saved onto a MicroSD card - so this camera it ideal for both saving and sharing. Plus, for an instant camera by Kodak, it's an absolute steal.