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Don't go polaroids I need you :(

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paintist says:

I know....I will miss them too

20th May 2008, 15:37

Dhamaka says:

but these are great

20th May 2008, 18:13

Geodyne says:

They had so many uses, didn't they?

Great set of photos.

21st May 2008, 10:20

Euphro says:

There is definitely no easy digital alternative for some of the geological field uses, short of dragging a laptop or tablet PC around :)

21st May 2008, 10:39

Geodyne says:

Now now Euphro - you know that tablets are the way to the future. ;-)

21st May 2008, 11:27

well polariod have released this for digital cameras and phone cams. pogo

21st May 2008, 11:33

Euphro says:

That looks very interesting BL; I wonder what its low temperature performance is like *ponders* Time to get an evaluation model, methinks :D

21st May 2008, 11:40

Euphro says:

I've also discovered this, which may be of interest to Paintist :)

21st May 2008, 11:44

not sure if its been released yet but it has a new tecnology of ink, so maybe it might not work, i think it works by heating the paper.

21st May 2008, 11:45

Euphro says:

Yes, I've been doing a quick bit of of reading: it's an inkless thermal printer, so no liquids, which is a plus. It may very well work. I can try it out in the ice core freezer here; for £99 you can hardly go wrong :)

21st May 2008, 11:52

Helen says:

I like my FujiPrint MP100, which prints polaroid type photos via infrared from your phone. Unfortunately, Fuji decided to stop supporting it. They should have used bluetooth.

21st May 2008, 11:56

Euphro says:

That's a neat little thing; dye sublimation, too: pity they've discontinued it.

21st May 2008, 12:06

Helen says:

You can still get films for it from fuji, they're out of date, but work. It has a little life left in it.

I'm surprised the market isn't flooded with these sort of devices.

My main problem with it was that the films were very expensive, so it was rather untenable. They're dead cheap now though.

Plus I've had to make sure any new phone I get comes with infra red!

21st May 2008, 12:10

Euphro says:

That infra-red requirement must have been quite restrictive.

21st May 2008, 12:12

itchymoblog says:

Oh, lovely. Ephemeral though :-/

21st May 2008, 21:25

Euphro says:

Thank you :D I'm glad that I scanned them when I did: these are even more faded now.

22nd May 2008, 12:23

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