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Socialmatic Instagram Camera Coming In 2014

Instagram has become one of the most popular social photo apps in the iOS or Android platforms. It’s ease of use, excellent filters as well as great social capability are some of the reasons why a lot of people are using it. To date there are more than 100 million users around the world using this app.

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You will soon have another way of experiencing Instagram as Socialmatic in partnership with Polaroid is going to release a real physical Instagram camera which is expected to hit the market next year. Just like the app users will be able to snap photos then apply the desired filters before it is printed out.

The printed photos will come with your Instagram nickname as well as a QR code so it can easily be searched online. It is also going to have an adhesive backside so it can easily be posted. There will also be a dedicated space at the bottom of the photo so comments can be added.

Socialmatic Instagram Camera Specifications

  • 16 GB mass storage
  • Wifi and Bluetooth
  • 4:3 touchscreen
  • 2 main lens, first for main capture, second for 3D filters, webcam applications and QR Code capturing
  • Optical zoom
  • Led Flash
  • Internal printer
  • Paper cartridge with Instagram Paper Sheets
  • Dedicated 4 colors ink tanks
  • InstaOs 1.0, a combination of Facebook and Instagram App feature

Making an Instagram camera makes perfect sense due to its popularity. The app which has been purchased by Facebook had a minor setback recently due to privacy concerns but that hasn’t stopped it from growing its number of users.

Socialmatic is a new Italian design company that made an agreement with Polaroid to produce Instagram cameras. Included in this deal is the manufacture of accessories such as camera bag, lenses and filters.

While no specific date has been set as to when this device will be released an announcement was made that it will definitely be available at the first quarter of 2014.

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