I wonder if cameraphones are the new polaroids. The pictures they make are quick, easy, sharable, used to document events or evidence, engagingly low-quality but sometimes oddly beautiful, and often a form of social lubrication. Sure, most of this goes for any digital camera, and some of it doesn't really apply to the professional Polaroid films, but look at these shots of Revere Beach (MA not FL) at dusk and tell me if the grain and color doesn't remind you of SX-70. Yes, I cropped them to square. No, that's not cheating.