I've modified a number of Polaroid izone cameras and this one was my favorite. The arrow lit up and a laser pointer could be mounted over it, allowing for better framing when unable to consult the viewfinder.
This was called the 'convertible' model, so named for colorful face and top plates that could be swapped around. I fused several of these plates together and tinted them further with magic markers.
Initially I added the grip seen here on the left and the protrusion at the back to allow myself to take the picture while in the shot. I guess now that would be taking a selfie. Most of the parts are culled from action figures, fused using fire and force.
The velcro on the bottom was for mounting it on 'bipods' constructed from figure legs. The Ouija and Twister were mounted when I went through a fascination with divination. The spinner is a fantastic decision-maker. The eyes on the backside frame the viewfinder for novices to the device.
As perhaps evident from the shot here, the camera was modified into submission. The added bulk still allowed for reasonable pocketability, but the button to take the picture was lost to a warm blade. I quite miss the format for a number of reasons, one of them being the smell of pulling out a fresh image and awaiting reults.