Real-Life Instagram Camera Could Print Like a Polaroid!

Take the Instagram App Icon and make it into a real life camera.  That’s what the main idea of the Instagram Socialmatic Project is.  Just a concept right now but if the designers from adr-studio out of Italy have it their way this cute little diddy will become a reality.  With plans for a dual lens (a main capture and one for filters and apps), optical zoom, led flash, wi-fi, Bluetooth capability, and touchscreen; there is also an internal printer that would print photos instantly (much like a polaroid).  Interested in supporting this project? See more images in the slideshow below.

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  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Capabilities 1 of 7
    Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Capabilities
    The proposed camera would have 16GB mass storage with bluetooth and Wi-fi capabilities.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • Webcam and QR Code Capturing 2 of 7
    Webcam and QR Code Capturing
    2 main lens (for main capture and 3D filters) webcam applications and QR Code capturing.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • Internal Printer 3 of 7
    Internal Printer
    Internal printer (like a polaroid) to make Instagram photos real.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • 4:3 Touchscreen 4 of 7
    4:3 Touchscreen
    Would come with a 4:3 touchscreen.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • Printing Sheets 5 of 7
    Printing Sheets
    Paper cartridge with Instagram Paper Sheets.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • Four Color Ink 6 of 7
    Four Color Ink
    Dedicated 4 colors ink tanks.
    More info at adr-studio.it.
  • Includes Instagram Nickname on Print 7 of 7
    Includes Instagram Nickname on Print
    Every Instagram printed photo reports on front side your Instagram nickname and a QR code.
    More info at adr-studio.it.

Instagram Socialmatic Project

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