Who hasn’t dreamt of camera bag that can also chill some brewskis? Poler Stuff’s updated 2.0 Camera Cooler features a padded insert for DSLR cameras and accessories, plus room for a six-pack when removed ($55.95, polerstuff.com).
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Everything old is new again! Fujifilm’s sweet, petite Instax Mini 8 camera’s is fun, no-fuss way to produced high quality instant pics that fit in a pocket just so. Available in seven stylish hues ($100, urbanoutfitters.com).
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Hang vacation prints along with souvenirs, postcards, maps, ticket stubs, and other sentimental mementos on Umbra’s clothing line-like display ($20, amazon.com).
Way before social media took over our lives, prescient pop artist Andy Warhol obsessively chronicled his life (and the lives of the famous and fabulous) through instant photos. In Andy Warhol Polaroids (Taschen), art critic Richard B. Woodward presents 100s of these images, both glamorous and mundane ($99 list, amazon.com).
Vintage camera aficionados will go mad for Pop Chart Lab’s meticulously detailed print, The Charted Collection of Cameras. Pressed on 100 lb. archival stock, each 27" x 39" print is signed, numbered, and showcases more 200 iconic cameras spanning 175 years ($38, popchartlab.com).
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