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Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera Black/Blue $76.62 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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The alternative if you missed out/got cancelled by Bing Lee/Catch. The Polaroid has similar specs, but with twice the resolution (16MP instead of 8). Typical price for Zink camera/printer in Australia is over $200 (except for the Bing Lee deal which a lot of people missed out, and they are not restocking).

Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera (Black) $76.77
Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera (Blue) $76.77
Polaroid Mint Instant Print Digital Camera (Blue), W/ 20 Pack Zink Zero Ink 2x3 Sticky-Backed Photo Paper $85.30

Add Zink paper to include in the free international delivery (thanks Giles) Polaroid 2x3 inch Premium Zink Photo Paper (150 Sheets) $17.56

Polaroid Mint FAQs here

Spiel:
Awesome handheld device lets you take 16-megapixel photographs & print instantly on 2”x3” sticky-back paper.
Innovative zero ink technology - there’s no need for pricy toner; zinc Cartridges combine paper & ink all. Packs available in 20, 30 or 50 sheets
Unique vertical orientation - modern design lets you snap upright, just like a smartphone.
A mode for every mood - simple operation & design includes [6] easy picture settings; Choose from vibrant color, Black & white or vintage effect.
Fashion forward & travel Friendly - pick from [5] fabulously vibrant colors; pocket-sized Camera measures 4. 6” x 3. 1” x 0. 8” & weighs only 6 ounces.

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closed Comments

  • Has anyone had experience with these cameras? Looking into getting one for the family to use and stick in an album.

    • Zink has really poor longevity. They are temperature sensitive (it's how they print) and the picture quality can change quite dramatically over time. The actual temperature of the shooting/printing conditions can affect the quality of your print

      Great for a novelty and 'in the moment', but not for keeping. Instax is still the way to go if you want something that you can look back at.

      • Cheers for the feedback, I currently own an instax. And I'll be using that one over this!

        • Yes a trade off between consumables price and photo paper quality so it depends what you want to do with your photos ($20 for 20-pack Instax sheets vs $12 for 20-pack Zink sheets, or $17.56 for 150-pack in the link above). If you want a quickie for the kids scrap book, notebook, on the fridge or hand-outs to their friends then Zink is economical.

  • +2 votes

    Hmm.. you can't use it to print out using stored photos… only can print out new photos that are just taken. I understand why they would limit the functionality… but such a stupid decision for what could have been such a great device…

  • Please remove the app and Bluetooth connectivity from the description.
    You can not use the camera to print from a phone.

    https://support.meetpolaroid.com/hc/en-us/articles/360011686...