Polaroid has for long been trying to keep its identity without sacrificing to the digital era of cameras, but this new camera somehow maintains the company's iconic identity adding a digital twist. The Polaroid Z2300 is a digital camera that prints your photos.
Available in black or white, with a decorative rainbow cal across its front, the Polaroid Z2300 is a 10-megapixel camera-printer. It prints 2 x 3-inch images in about 30 to 45 seconds, while it is not as fast as old Polaroid models, there is no need to shake the pictures.
The print comes out of a slot in the right-hand side of the camera, while in the left-side we have a microUSB port, a power jack and a switch for landscape and macro mode. The controls around the 3-inch LCD display are the usual for any digital cameras, buttons to manipulate stored images, zoom in and out, etc.
The Polaroid Z2300 will be available for purchase in the United States on August 15th priced at $160. It will come with a pack of 30 sheets for print for free and a microSD memory card. Packs of 50 and 30 sheets for print will be available separetely for $25 and $15, respectively.