Founded in 1937 by Edwin H. Land, Polaroid is best known as the father of instant film photographs. The company’s original instant film camera debuted in 1948, and was the pride and joy of the company until digital photography took over and the line dissolved in 2008. Today, Po... Read Morelaroid makes eyewear, cameras, film, camcorders, printers, tablets, and e-book readers, among other products. In 2010, Polaroid partnered with Lady Gaga, who became the company's creative director and the "new face" of the brand. Popular products from Polaroid include Zink Photo Paper for digital cameras, which allows user to print photos without ink cartridges or ribbons; a waterproof digital camera for underwater use; and an LED HDTV, which comes with or without a built-in DVD player. The Polaroid Z340 Digital Camera with 4x optical zoom and a built-in printer serves as an updated version of the Polaroid classic; it even allows the user to edit photos before printing, using on-screen resizing and image-cropping. In 2010, instant film materials for vintage Polaroid cameras again become available on the market as collectible items manufactured by the company Impossible Projects.