(Pocket-lint) – Polaroid is just about royalty within the prompt digital camera world, at the least so far as model consciousness goes. Ask anybody on the road to call an prompt digital camera and there is a good likelihood they will go along with its well-worn title.
It is a extra aggressive market than it appears, although, and whereas Polaroid nonetheless has some nice trendy prompt cameras, there’s all the time room for enchancment in a world the place Fujifilm simply retains on making nice Instax options.
Now, Polaroid has debuted the Polaroid Go – the brand new world’s smallest prompt digital camera, and a great-looking little little bit of tech. It is simply 10.5 cm lengthy, 8.4 cm large, and 6.1 cm tall, which is a great distance of claiming that is it is genuinely tiny.
It packs bespoke miniature Polaroid movie to go along with the brand new form-factor, too, making it a transparent competitor to the smaller Instax format that has served Fujifilm so brilliantly.
The digital camera has just a few normal tips up its sleeve, too: a brand new selfie mirror to make framing photographs simpler, a self-timer, dynamic flash, and the choice of double publicity, which all the time appears nice on prompt movie.
The digital camera is on pre-sale in the present day, and accessible totally on April 27, for £109.99, with a double pack of movie coming it at £18.99.
Writing by Max Freeman-Mills. Initially revealed on .