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Polaroid Instant Film lives again for one last time with Urban Outfitters

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Cameras, Hot Deals,

Polaroid Instant Film One600For those of you who are still lamenting over the death of Polaroid film more than a year ago, you can rest assured that you can still purchase the last of it, along with a Polaroid ONE600 camera, at Urban Outfitters.  There are only 700 pieces of these limited-edition sets available, so if you want one, you might wanna go take care of that.

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Polaroid Two Pogo Camera

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras,

Polaroid Two

Polaroid’s new Pogo Instant Digital Camera is about to make its debut. The 5.0 megapixel Two cam takes a picture and spits out a 2 x 3-inch print about 40 seconds later. Check your image on the 3-inch LCD screen and crop, add border and print date, and dispose of red eye. Record to a memory card and send them by USB to your PC. Add to that a timer, movie mode with sound, a 4x digital zoom and a rechargeable battery that is good for 15 prints on a full charge. Pre-order now for £229.95 ($343.30) and expect a May 12 delivery.

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Polaroid PoGo Inkless Digital Printer

Polaroid has decided that it’s time you “free the photos” with its PoGo inkless digital printer. The pocket-sized device gives you full-color images from your cellie or digital cam with Bluetooth PictBridge. The 2 x 3-inch prints take only about 60 seconds created out of ZINK dye crystals. The PoGo is only 0.93 X 2.83 X 4.72-inches, weighs 8 oz., and comes with a 7.2V rechargeable lithium-ion battery and AC adapter. Look for them in July at Target and Best Buy.

 

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The Mystery Lost will Never Solve

Posted by Shannon Bennett Categories: Drama, Prime Time, ABC, Lost, Editorial,

Penelope/Desmond Lost

All the valid and deliberately-schemed intricacies of aside, I really need to know what the writers were thinking when they plugged the backstory to the Desmond/Penny photo in an episode last season.

According to Dessie’s flashback/time travel, he and Penny got photographed by a street vendor in the streets of London about four seconds before breaking up and parting for the next several years.  That means that there was one Polaroid-style photo, which Desmond then folded in half and pocketed (even though Penny paid).  He held onto this photo through a few years in the military, prison, on a sailboat, locked underground on a magic island, and lazing days away on the beach, where he often unfolds and stares at it.

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