Polaroid Pop

Jan 9, 2017

Category: Tech

Calling something an instant camera, at this point, has become a bit redundant. The majority of cameras are instant (because the majority of cameras are phones). If anything, it is film cameras that are the odd-men-out. Yet somehow Polaroid, the brand that pioneered the space before anyone else, has managed to soldier on. Now, in their 80th year, they’re adding a brand new camera to their lineup – the Polaroid Pop.

Backed with a 20 megapixel sensor and a 3.97 inch screen, users can simply point, shoot, edit, and print all in a matter of minutes. Thanks to the integrated proprietary ZINK Zero Ink technology, the camera spits out a small 3 by 4 inch without require ink refills or extra space in its body. Want to print images taken on your phone? Due to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth integration, you can send images over from your phone to be printed and vice versa. Prices are yet to be announced but you can look for these to hit retail sometime in the coming year. [Purchase]

Polaroid Pop 1

Polaroid Pop 2

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