Trying to pick the best digital camera can be confusing. The Polaroid Mint Camera & Printer is a digital camera that consistently ranks as one of our favorites. It makes capturing and sharing life's moments easier than ever. Not only does the 2-in-1 device allow you to snap photos and print them on the spot, but you also have the option of saving your snaps for later. To store your photos, you'll need a microSD card, and here are a few options for you. As you browse, it's also worth keeping in mind that the Polaroid Mint doesn't support more than 256GB of additional storage, according to its website.
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The 128GB Samsung MicroSDXC EVO Select is an ideal pick for most people. It boasts read speeds up to 100MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s, which means it's fast, and it's perfect for storing high-resolution photographs. There's also a 10-year limited warranty, so you know you'll be protected.
Buy in bulk
If you tend to misplace your tiny microSD cards, you might want to make sure you have a backup…or five. Silicon Power offers a bundled pack with five 64GB cards, which gives you a total of 320GB for your many, many photo-worthy moments.
The SanDisk Extreme is another great option for your Polaroid Mint. The 256GB card fits the Mint's maximum additional storage capacity and provides super-fast read and write speeds, up to 160MB/s, and 90MB/s, respectively. The card is also waterproof and performs well in extreme temperatures.
256GB for less
If you want the maximum storage option without spending too much, the Micro Center 256GB card is your best option. The card has read speeds up to 80MB/s and write speeds of 15MB/s. Micro Center has made this card waterproof, shockproof, and temperature proof so that it can go with you in any weather.
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The MicroSDXC EVO Select (opens in new tab) from Samsung is an excellent choice for most people. The company estimates its 128GB card can hold up to 37,600 photos, which seems like plenty for the average user. Plus, there's the added peace of mind you get knowing you're protected with the card's 10-year limited warranty. Samsung also boasts its cards are backed by "4-Proof Protection," which means they should be able to withstand up to 72 hours in seawater, extreme temperatures, airport X-ray machines, and magnetic fields equivalent to an MRI scanner.
If you think you'll need more space and you have a little extra cash to spend, you should consider the SanDisk Extreme (opens in new tab). The microSD from SanDisk offers the best speeds and more storage for your snaps.
If money is tight, the Kingston Canvas (opens in new tab) will not disappoint. It's a lot cheaper than the other cards on this list, but it still comes with many of the same great features.
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Stephanie Barnes is a contributor at iMore. She fell in love with technology after building her first PC as a little girl. She later followed that passion to become a front-end/iOS engineer before switching to writing full-time. Stephanie's writing on technology, health and wellness, movies, television, and much more can be found all over the internet, including at HuffPost, HelloGiggles, PopSci, MindBodyGreen, and Business Insider.
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