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Polaroid iPhone Decal Brings Back the Instant Camera

by Shane McGlaun
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Anyone who grew up in the 1970s or 1980s has seen and probably used one of the Polaroid instant cameras with the pics that shoot out the front and develop themselves. The cameras are largely extinct, and the film is scarce. If you want to give a bit of cool retro style to your iPhone and like that old Polaroid you need this sticker.

The sticker is for the iPhone 4, and makes the back of the camera look like the white and rainbow covered OneStep instant. My parents had the black one, but I do recall this camera from my youth. The sticker has a cut out over the lens and flash so you can still shoot pics. The sticker should keep scratches off the back of the device too.

What this needs is an app that doesn’t show the pics until you shake the phone for a while and makes that noise the camera makes when the photos shoot out. You can pick one up for about $6 over at PhotoJojo.

[via Laughing Squid]

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