Lomo'Instant Sanremo Edition

Dubbed "the world's most creative instant camera system," Lomography's newest offering features both auto and manual shooting modes; four different lens options; five aperture settings and can take unlimited multiple exposures.

$169 at Urban Outfitters


There's no doubt that we're all snapping a ton of photos these days. And nearly all of them are taken from our phones. Not that there's anything wrong with sharing an awesome shot on Instagram, but there's something to be said for an actual physical photograph. It's a real world reminder of a moment captured in time. One that can be passed around the dinner table or propped up on your desk. Luckily, there's been a resurgence in instant cameras which produce photos that develop right before your eyes. And the old school appeal—simple shots with no filters, hashtags or comments—is appealing to a whole new generation of photographers.


Diana F+ Instant Camera 55mm

Get the signature dreamy, lo-fi Diana effects in a snap with this retro camera that features a cool long exposure setting and comes with a close-up lens attachment.

$100 at Amazon


Fujifilm Instax 210
Wide Format

This one's been out for a while, but the easy-to-hold and durable camera is still a solid option thanks to its reliable close-up lens, light adjustment switch and high-resolution retractable lens.

$85 at Amazon


Phone = Instant Camera


This compact printer wirelessly connects to iOS and Android smartphones and most digital cameras, and spits out a richly-hued 4 x 6" photo in 47 seconds.

Canon SELPHY printer, $87


Polaroid Z2300

One of the most portable instant models we've tried, this pocket-sized camera boasts an impressive 6x digital zoom, prints 2x3-inch color photos and also captures decent video.

$180 at Amazon