The camera company have developed a new camera for those who miss the days of instantly-printing their photos

Ever miss the good old days when you could snap a photo and have it printed instantly? Camera company Kodak is looking to bank on that nostalgia by creating an instant-print camera for the 21st Century.

The Printomatic is a a 10MP shooter that is fueled by a lithium-ion battery, featuring a flash, low-battery indicator, print indicator, microSD card slot, and two pictures modes: vibrant color or black and white. The camera itself costs $70 and comes in either Grey or Yellow, and does not include film. “The KODAK PRINTOMATIC is a contemporary camera with a wonderful balance of digital and analog technology,” Steven Overman, Kodak’s Chief Marketing Officer, said in a press release. “It is an accessible device for anybody who wants to create a lasting memory in a tangible, colorful way.”

Printomatic

Ever miss the good old days when you could snap a photo and have it printed instantly? Camera company Kodak is looking to bank on that nostalgia by creating an instant-print camera for the 21st Century.

The Printomatic is a a 10MP shooter that is fueled by a lithium-ion battery, featuring a flash, low-battery indicator, print indicator, microSD card slot, and two pictures modes: vibrant color or black and white. The camera itself costs $70 and comes in either Grey or Yellow, and does not include film. “The KODAK PRINTOMATIC is a contemporary camera with a wonderful balance of digital and analog technology,” Steven Overman, Kodak’s Chief Marketing Officer, said in a press release. “It is an accessible device for anybody who wants to create a lasting memory in a tangible, colorful way.”