Growing up there was no better alternative to standard film cameras than a Polaroid instant camera. No waiting for development, just take your picture, watch it get ejected, and wait a couple minutes for it to develop. But alas all good things must come to an end. In 2008 Polaroid announced that it was getting out of the instant camera business. But not to worry, FujiFilm has stepped into the void with the release of the FujiFilm’s SQ10 SQUARE Polaroid Style Camera ($239). The SQ10 captures the retro look and feel of an instant camera, while also incorporating modern features like digital storage. It features a 3″ LCD screen, 10 creative filters, brightness and vignette control, and an SD memory slot for storage. A perfect camera for your next party.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest When it comes to DSLR camera brands, there is one that consistently stands out from the rest… the Sony brand. If you need a compact camera with DSLR capabilities, or the ability to shoot in low light conditions, then the Sony cameras in this guide should be on your shortlist. Over the […]