If you prefer to print those pictures, Polaroid's GL10 Instant Mobile Printer to be priced at $149.99 USD is the answer. It's small, lightweight at 15 ounces and will print photos with the Polaroid Classic Border, full bleed, 3x4-inch photos in less than one minute. You can use it on most mobile phones wirelessly via Bluetooth, or with your digital cameras, Windows PCs and Macs via a USB cable. Its battery will make 40 images before it needs recharging.
Autumn 2009 SanDisk Ad Campaign by Chase Jarvis
The finished photo is made possible using embedded dye-crystal ZINK Zero Ink Technology from ZINK Imaging. Zero Ink means just that – no ink. The paper is an advanced composite material with cyan, yellow and magenta dye crystals embedded inside. The printer heats the ZINK white photo paper to activate and colorize these crystals.
The best part, for those who remember the old Polaroid Land Camera and its wet, smelly prints, ZINK prints come out fully developed and protected by a smudge-proof, water-resistant coating. Lady Gaga, named Polaroid's Creative Director, says:
This product will revolutionize how we see photos. Your images will no longer die a death on your cell phone or digital camera.
If you want a have-cake-and-eat-it-too camera and printer combo, try the Polaroid 3x4 inch Instant Digital Camera, a 12 mega pixel digital camera with a built-in ZINK Printer that produces 3x4-inch ZINK photos instantly.
Other announcements included:
a completely redesigned, modern version of the Polaroid OneStep camera, the PIC 1000
and three LCD TV's (42-inch, 52-inch and 65-inch) in HD, 1080p and 120Hz flavors.
Finally, renowned contemporary fine art photographer Maurizio Galimberti who works exclusively in Polaroid illustrated his artistic ability using celebrities Rohan Marley and Josie Maran during in-booth portrait sessions. He also was planning to assemble one of his Polaroid mosaics from instant photographs made throughout the CES event to be displayed in the Polaroid booth # 13616.
Image on the right: Fine art photographer Maurizio Galimberti (far left) who works exclusively in Polaroid illustrated his artistic ability using celebrities Rohan Marley (far right).
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