Yesh exactly. I'm surprised some people don't suggest merely taking a mental note of these memories in order to save space on their phones.
Its about nostalgia + tech that most people haven't experienced. It's cool tech end of the day
Gone back to £95
Here is a typical photo taken from the memory card to give you an idea. A lot of the imperfections and blurriness are hidden on the actual printed version
I have this. It’s a fun little gadget but doesn’t have the appeal or longevity over a traditional film Polaroid. We had the Snap and an Instax film camera at our wedding for people to use, the latter was infinitely more popular. The Snap does work but loading the film was a faff, as you had to make sure you loaded it the right way with the blue card down (used for cleaning and calibration). It is also much slower as you have to wait for the paper to ‘print’ and roll out, whereas the Instax just ejected straight away, allowing the next shot to be taken. People tend to find the Instax more intuitive to use. Whereas feedback on the Snap in a noisy environment is not great, people ended up taking multiple shots as they couldn’t tell if it was on, off or in the middle of printing. Picture quality is ‘ok’ at best. A little grainy in a darker room because the led flash just isn’t as bright as the Instax. One good feature is you can load a memory card, so you get a digital copy of all photos - but here is where you really see the low quality of the sensor. The built in rechargeable battery can be a good thing (no ongoing cost, charges by usb) but also bad if it runs out at a wedding. Instax uses expensive but replaceable batteries that seeming last forever. An alternative is to get a printer only option, which lets you print photos taken with your phone. Slightly better quality which also lets you preview and select what you want printed.