point, shoot and print with the Kodak Instant Print Camera Forget computers. Forget cumbersome printers. The Kodak Printomatic Camera prints smudge-proof, water- and tear-resistant photos up to 10 MP automatically. Just point, shoot and print. Perfect to take on the go, whenever you want to share prints, the Kodak Printomatic is the easies, funniest way to share photos with friends. Your prints are even adhesive-backed, so you can get creative and use the photos to decorate, just as you would any sticker. The camera speed even allows you to continue shooting while your photo is printing. The camera’s ZERO Ink technology means you don’t need to worry about messy print cartridges, film or toner. Enjoy a built-in flash and two picture modes, both color and black and white. Add a neck strap for easy handling and use the Micro SD slot for additional memory. What You Get Kodak Printomatic Camera USB Cable See Full Manual on this Page Specs and Details One (1) Kodak Printomatic Camera Built-in lithium battery Built-in Flash Two picture modes, vibrant color and black and white Micro SD card slot How to Enjoy Point, shoot and print photos automatically Prints are smudge-proof, tear-proof and adhesive-backed Choose from two picture modes for color or black and white prints Use the Micro SD card slot to expand internal memory Add a neck strap to the camera’s slots for convenient carrying.
Fast easy and fun just point and shoot the camera’s speed allows you to shoot a new photo while printing the previous shot
One stop printing – the Kodak printomatic camera instantly prints high-quality vibrant 2×3 inch photos, it uses Kodak zink photo paper, so no ink cartridges, toners or film are needed
Charming design – comes in variety of fun, bold colors, compact in size slips neatly even into your shirt pocket make it easy to carry around as you go about your day
Instant value – Kodak printomatic camera is an easy-to-use and an accessible-to-all product at a price point
It is equipped with a light sensor that will automatically turn on the flash in low-light settings