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Of course, it should be able to print pictures without an external printer.

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I'd suggest you find the film first, then a camera to use it. I know it has got nothing to do with your question, just felt like sharing. – fahad.hasan Feb 14 '11 at 10:11
I thought that The Impossible Project already sells its own films? – Leonidas Feb 14 '11 at 16:11
The Impossible Project's current films are very finicky. They haven't gotten it all worked out yet. – mattdm Mar 26 '11 at 4:43

There is only one film-based Polaroid brand instant camera still sold by Polaroid. They also sell film for it.

Comes in three fun colours.

They also have instant digital cameras now with built in "printer". You don't need ink but you still need sheets of photo paper for it. Same thing but slower and more expensive (why would you bother?).

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A printer built into a digital camera is an interesting idea. I can imagine scenarios where the ability to quickly produce prints at a remote location would be a big advantage. – labnut Feb 15 '11 at 8:20

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