With the Mini’s starting price of $4,950, DJs and photographers can easily add a photo booth to their existing events, charge a competitive rate and pay off their equipment cost in as little as 4 to 5 events.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 07, 2015
Snapden Photo Booths officially launched its new portable photo booth – “The Mini” – with an announcement from its corporate headquarters in Denver, Colorado. “The Mini Photo Booth is targeted specifically at DJs and photographers.” Said Snapden founder Kalvis Jaunarajs, “The Mini was designed to be the industry’s highest quality, lowest cost, portable photo booth.”
The design of The Mini began in August of 2014 with a simple mission – to create a high quality, ultra-portable photo booth to retail under $5,000. “The going market rate for a high-quality, portable photo booth is currently at $7,000 or more.” Explains Kalvis, “With the Mini’s starting price of $4,950, DJs and photographers can easily add a photo booth to their existing events, charge a competitive rate and pay off their equipment cost in as little as 4 to 5 events."
When Snapden starting designing portable photo booths in 2010, the photo booth rental market was much different than today. Most photo booths were large, fully enclosed structures, which although technically “portable,” required considerable time and effort to transport and set up. Snapden’s first product was The Firefly – designed specifically for quick setup. The Firefly is now in its 5th generation design; takes only 5 minutes to set up and is considered by many as the best photo booth on the market.
Snapden is one of the major photo booth manufacturers that have changed how photo booths are used in popular culture. Where back in 2010 most photo booths were fully enclosed, today’s modern photo booth setups are primarily designed around an open-concept. Instead of pulling a curtain and sitting in darkness on a bench, photo booths now include a self-standing photo kiosk and a portable backdrop, opening the photo booth experience for all to see. “The lack of privacy is the biggest dynamic change with the modern photo booth concept,” explains Kalvis, “but in the social world of photo sharing, it is a fitting evolution.”
Just as the Firefly led the open concept photo booth revolution, the newly released Mini is expected to lead the industry into its next change – the perfect combination of quality and affordability.
More information on Snapden and the brand new Mini can be found at http://www.snapdenphotobooths.com