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Keith Haring Edition Polaroid Now Camera

$140 Non-Member
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Member and other discounts do not apply.
Online Only

Keith Haring Edition Polaroid Now Camera

$140 Non-Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Member and other discounts do not apply.

Color:  Red

Size:  Camera

Item# 14502-155125 In Stock
Member and other discounts do not apply.
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This i-Type Polaroid Now Camera pays homage to the work of Keith Haring with a design that incorporates reproductions of his art.  Keith Haring’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection. Film sold separately.

Features of the Keith Haring Edition Polaroid Now Camera include:

  • Autofocus.
  • Double exposure.
  • Accurate flash.
  • 15-pack battery life.
  • High performance lithium-ion battery, 750mAh, 3.7V nominal Voltage, 2.7Wh.
  • Battery life indicator. 
  • Charges via Micro USB (cable included).
  • Shutter system: custom design, using precision step motor for shutter.
  • Focal length: Close-up (lens 1) 94.96mm, Distance (lens 2) 102.35mm.
  • Field of view: Horizontal 40°, Vertical 41°.
  • Flash system: Vacuum discharge tube storage.
  • Neck strap.
  • Quick start guide.
  • Measures 3.7h x 4.4w x 5.9”d.
  • Made from white polycarbonate & ABS plastic with polycarbonate resin lenses.
  • Film sold separately.
  • Size
    Camera: 6.25h x 4w x 5"d
    Film Box: 4.95h x 4.85w x 0.8"d
  • Material
    Plastic, Film
  • Origin
    Netherlands
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

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