Looking to pick up a brand new Kodak Printomatic and what colors are available? Here's everything you need to know...
The Snap is designed to hold no more than 10 pieces of Zink paper at a time. Thankfully, those who sell it, package it in sets of 10 to make it easier for you.
Two iconic brands, two simple-to-use instant cameras — which one is better, the Kodak Mini Shot or Polaroid Snap?
The Kodak Printomatic is a low-cost instant camera that's available in multiple colors. Can you save the images on the actual camera?
There's more than one type of Zink paper, so make sure you get the correct type for your Kodak Printomatic.
The Kodak Printomatic has a pretty small battery — 7.4V lithium ion — which only allows it to take and print about 40 photos before it will need a recharge.
The Kodak Printomatic doesn't use any sort of traditional film, but rather a special heat-activated paper.
Kodak's Printomatic and Mini Shot are both instant cameras. But what sets them apart from one another?
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