Polaroid Instax SNAP Price in Philippines & Specs

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Polaroid Instax SNAP Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelSnap
DateFeb 2016
Technical details
Colour of productWhite
Compatible memory cardsSD
Megapixel10 MP
Maximum memory card size32 GB
Self-timerYes

Reviews of Polaroid Instax SNAP

photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-07
The new Polaroid Snap camera attempts to recapture the fun of instant photography, but with a modern, digital twist. The Polaroid Snap prints out 2x3 inch photos straightaway using ZINK (Zero Ink) technology, and can even store a back up of the photo yo...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-03
The Polaroid Snap is a basic instant print camera that also captures 10-megapixel photos to a memory card. It's absolutely easy and fun to use
The print quality is good, but won't blow you away, especially at around 50 cents a print. Likewise, the digital photos can't compete with a decent phone camera. There's no flash, and the rechargeable battery isn't user replaceable
More than likely pictures from your smartphone will put those from the Polaroid Snap to shame. If that's your main concern -- a camera that's better than your phone -- stop reading and go here . The Snap just isn't about that.Priced at $100, £90, AU$200...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-08
Only $99.99, Cheap ZINK sticker paper, Three nifty color modes and border mode
Digital photos saved to microSD card look terrible, Weak battery
After winning me over with the Zip Instant Photoprinter , Polaroid now has me completely obsessed with its new Snap camera.The Snap combines the Zip Instant Photoprinter's ZINK Zero Ink paper printer with a 10-megapixel digital camera.Nobody's going to co...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-08
The Polaroid Snap Camera prints out sticker photos on the spot. Tech analyst Raymond Wong takes it to the streets in this hands-on review. Read the full review...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-02-04
The Polaroid Snap is a basic instant print camera that also captures 10-megapixel photos to a memory card. It's absolutely easy and fun to use
The print quality is good, but won't blow you away, especially at around 50 cents a print. Likewise, the digital photos can't compete with a decent phone camera. There's no flash, and the rechargeable battery isn't user replaceable
More than likely pictures from your smartphone will put those from the Polaroid Snap to shame. If that's your main concern -- a camera that's better than your phone -- stop reading and go here. The Snap just isn't about that.Priced at $100, £90, AU$200, t...
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