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Printomatic is Kodak's new point-and-shoot instant print camera that plays on our nostalgia for Polaroids of yesteryear. It's got a few changes however; a fun vibrant color, built-in rechargable battery, and a much smaller size than instant cameras used to come in.
It prints 2" x 3" pictures using zinc technology that does away with any ink cartridges - which in turn, saves you a load of money in the long run. You can load 20 sheets at a time through the easy pop-open lid around back and takes around 1.5 hours to fully charge.
The Kodak Printomatic costs $69.99 at the time of writing, and photo sheets cost $9.99 for a pack of 20, or roughly $.50 apiece.
Event: Pepcom 2017, New York City
More info: http://www.kodak.com