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Turn Your Smartphone Into A Polaroid Camera

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So, you've got a fancy new smartphone with a 10,000px high-def retina display. Plus, you've got a range of filters so extensive that even the least-lit, poorly framed blurry snap can look like something David Bailey would be proud to stick in a frame.

So far though, there's one thing you can't do: print out your photos on the go.

Prynt is a new Kickstarter project looking to change all that via its ingenious smartphone attachment.

The compact, smart-looking cases come in several colours and styles. The printer is expected to be capable of running off up to 30 photos, and plugs directly into the phone, meaning printing shouldn't take more than around 30 seconds

Prynt launches in the new year on Kickstarter, with an early adopter cost of $99 (£63). Click here to find out more.

 

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