Sometimes we just want to go back to the days where Photoshop didn’t exist.
While digital photography captures the world in its natural beauty without any colour effects or filters, film offers a more artistic effect.
They print and develop within a matter of minutes, and you actually get to watch the photo you took come to life in your hands.
The feeling of watching a photo develop is unlike any other, and it builds up anticipation and excitement – which will further increase the satisfaction you derive from taking a beautiful photo.
The Zink film itself runs at about for 30 exposures, which isn't cheap, but will still cost less than The Impossible Project's film for your Polaroid 600.
Get a closer look at the Z340 in the gallery, then head over to Photojojo to get one for yourself!