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Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera

Piccies on the quickie

Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera

Piccies on the quickie

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 Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera

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Remember instant photography? Course you do. It was all the rage until the digital revolution came along and widdled on its chips. Which is a shame because anything capable of instantly ejecting prints on the fly is brilliant fun. And we should know because we’ve just taken delivery of the Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera.

Essentially an updated version of the snap-spewing contraptions of yesteryear, this funky little camera produces business card size prints within seconds of clicking the shutter. No downloading or USB-ing required. And get this: Lady Gaga has just been appointed the new Creative Director at Polaroid. Snaparazzi? Totally.

Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera Photos

Business card size prints

Calling this camera idiot-proof is a major understatement. Just press the button and before you can say ‘Did you see her with that massive telephone on her head?’ a quality image is ejected on a 2.1” x 3.4” slice of reassuringly Polaroid-ish film. It even reproduces that classic white border effect.

This being the 21st century, the good people at Polaroid have squeezed in several handy features, including auto flash, auto adjust, a 1/60 second electronic shutter and manual exposure compensation. It even plays Poker Face when it runs out of film. Okay, it doesn’t but you can hum it every time you open a new pack (sold separately).

Red version Blue version Black version

Red version

Blue version

Black version

Guaranteed to elicit oohs and aahs every time you pull it out, the Polaroid 300 is a welcome antidote to complex cams with umpteen buttons. And because you can enjoy pics in an instant it’s ideal for parties, festivals, holidays, debauched nights out – whatever. Best of all, friends can’t destroy incriminating photos by nicking your camera and hitting delete. Smile!

 Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera

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Please note:
  • Film not included with the camera
  • Requires 4x AA batteries – included
Product Features:
    PIC-300 Instant Camera
  • Takes and prints instant colour photographs
  • 4 scene modes help capture the perfect shot: indoor/cloudy/fine conditions/bright sun
  • Auto flash for low light conditions
  • Shutter speed: 1/60th second
  • Manual exposure compensation
  • Compatible with Polaroid 300 film only
  • Includes wrist strap
  • Measures: 11.5cm x 7cm x 12cm
    Instant Film
  • Paper measures: 5.3cm x 8.5cm
  • Image size: 4.5cm x 6cm (3” diagonally)
  • ISO 800
  • Glossy finish
  • Pack of ten sheets

Customer Reviews

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Does 10 sheets mean 10 photos ?
Lilly, London - 3rd August 2012
Firebox says: Yes it does Lilly!
Please may I ask where I can purchase the film to go with this polaroid camera?
Nichola Clancy, Ireland - 19th November 2011
Firebox says: You can buy the paper on the product page, just hit "Don't forget accessories!" underneath the buy button!
Do you sell the paper for the camera separately and how much does it cost? Also if you do sell it where can I find it on your website?
Ashley, Cambridge - 24th October 2011
Firebox says:
Great item! Efficient Delivery! Shame there wasn't any free film sheets included, still great camera.
EJ, Oxford - 31st January 2011
Is there black & white film available? If not, will this be an option in the future?
Rosie, UK - 24th November 2010
Firebox says: Unfortunately there isn't any available at the moment that we know of. In terms of future developments we don't have any knowledge of plans, but it seems feasible that it could happen.
Good idea, but way too expensive. One photo per sheet = 1. 29 per photo. C'mon guys!
Dee, Kent - 21st November 2010
Firebox says: Sorry Dee, but this is standard Polaroid prices.
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