Our thoughts? The I-1 can’t be beat for novelty, and its app interface gives it an edge over the majority of contemporary instant cameras where manual and remote functionality is concerned. It’s flash is nice too, we liked the even quality of light emitted from its LED ring array. Despite the long charging time via computer, the hardware on the I-1 seems sound and functional. There are even hints at future expansions to its design, seen in the camera’s mysteriously removable magnetic viewfinder. The film department, however, leaves some room for improvement. For a $300 camera that shoots $20 film, we felt that the I-1 should produce color images significantly faster and of higher quality, though we were pleased with their faster-developing monochromatic film. So who’s it for? If you’re an instant photo junkie who wants to take more creative control, and work with a larger film format than the popular Fuji Instax cameras can provide, especially if you dig on the quirks of analog imperfections, this maybe the right camera for you, as long as you don’t mind waiting for the end result.