Of the exact same pocket-friendly size as the Kodak Step Touch, the Kodak Printomatic Instant Print Digital Camera – so-called because the outputting of its prints is a fully automated process – is rather more basic. Still, while it omits that alternative’s rear panel LCD, it still maintains affordability and cross-generational appeal. Photos can likewise be saved to an optional microSD card, while a USB port is provided for recharging the internal battery. Oddly, though, we don’t get an actual USB lead, or mains plug provided in the packaging. What we do get is a quick start guide and five sheets pack of Kodak zero ink 'Zink' photo paper to get us started. But we’ll still need to source a compatible USB lead to power it up and be able to take any pictures.