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  • September 05, 2015
Instant print
I may be old fashioned, 'digital is great, but papers are perfect'.  The love for instant cameras started from good old toddler days.  A portrait peeping out in a minute is an unmatchable joy.  If you are with me on this, then take these picks.
As the name suggests, 'Fujifilm instax mini 90 neo' is classic. The brown coloured piece is just what you wanted. Retro looks with a view finder, bulb exposure and quite a few modes, eyes in a party can't give a miss. 150$ won't burn your pocket too. Only trouble is that it lacks any digital capacity. You can't store anything, but to shoot and print. Also, mind, the cost per print can be 20 Indian rupees per picture!
My vote though is reserved for the upcoming ' Polaroid Snap' an instant and digital camera from a company that just revived itself from bankruptcy. This one will hit the stores in four colours, print using Zero-ink technology (seriously! no ink, but heat activation of colorized crystals on a paper..wow!) and can also store images you don't want in papers (though upto 32GB). The icing is, its only 99$ with a similar printing cost.

Imprint
Few characters have made lasting impressions in young minds like what Atticus Finch did in 'To kill a mockingbird'. The great father is back with his grown-up 'Scout' in Harper Lee's second release 'Go set a watchman'. Lee has come out of 55 years hiatus to publish this sequel. My wife bought one at once on glancing the back page which reads 'Every man's island, every man's watchman, is his conscience.'

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