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Polaroid

In 1926, Edwin H. Land, founder of Polaroid, left the univerity of Harvard to carry out scientific research into the application of polarisation filters. His research began with polarisation in sunglasses, filters and car headlights. During a family holiday in 1943, his daughter asked, after a photo was taken, why she could not see the photo. Land found that strange and invented the instant camera. In 1956, the Polaroid camera was already available in 45 countries worldwide. The first Polaroid camera with colour film was marketed in 1963, the Polaroid 100, After this camera, more and more followed, especially automatic systems. This began with the Polaroid SX-70: a fully automatic instant camera. In 2008, Polaroid produced various cameras which also allowed the use as printer with ZINK technology. In this way, Polaroid is also the developer of this technology and involves 'zero ink': so no ink is needed for these cameras, but everything is in the paper. Nowadays, Polaroid produces old models and gives them a new look. For instance, there are smartphone printers, instant cameras with WiFi and polarisation filters.          

 

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    Polaroid

    In 1926, Edwin H. Land, founder of Polaroid, left the univerity of Harvard to carry out scientific research into the application of polarisation filters. His research began with polarisation in sunglasses, filters and car headlights. During a family holiday in 1943, his daughter asked, after a photo was taken, why she could not see the photo. Land found that strange and invented the instant camera. In 1956, the Polaroid camera was already available in 45 countries worldwide. The first Polaroid camera with colour film was marketed in 1963, the Polaroid 100, After this camera, more and more followed, especially automatic systems. This began with the Polaroid SX-70: a fully automatic instant camera. In 2008, Polaroid produced various cameras which also allowed the use as printer with ZINK technology. In this way, Polaroid is also the developer of this technology and involves 'zero ink': so no ink is needed for these cameras, but everything is in the paper. Nowadays, Polaroid produces old models and gives them a new look. For instance, there are smartphone printers, instant cameras with WiFi and polarisation filters.