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  • Briana Luca

    real life instagram camera, that prints photos? need.

  • Alice Bee

    A real instagram camera ? The Instagram Socialmatic Camera by ADR Studio http://shar.es/2ZZhL Would you go for it ?

  • Sajid Ismail

    Instagram Socialmatic Camera by ADR Studio | An insanely gorgeous real life Instagram camera with it's own filter & printer. Shoot & Print!

  • Kaitlin Lafavour

    WANT and wish it was real... An Instagram Camera In Real Life For now, it's just a figment of someone's imagination from ADR Studio. The world is long overdue for a very sleek version of the Polaroid camera.

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