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Polaroid's Pop Instant captures your memories on a 3-inch paper

06 January 2017 5

Polaroid at CES brought a series of new products, be they are the new series of smartwatches and fitness trackers or the camera drones. Last year at CES, Polaroid launched their Instant print camera with the name Snap+ and now this year’s fair, the company launched the Pop Instant camera that prints 3-inch photos. To be peculiar, the Pop Instant camera prints 3-inch by 4-inch instant photos with the Polaroid Classic Border Logo using inkless Zink photo paper.

The tiny, cute camera has a 3.97-inch touchscreen LCD from framing shots. There’s a 20MP CMOS sensor and dual LED flash for high-quality images. Just like modern smartphones, the camera of the Pop Instant also includes the image stabilization. The little Pop Instant can even record 1080p full HD videos flawlessly. All images and videos are stored on a microSD card which can be expanded up to 128GB as well if you record tons of videos or images.

With the help of the Polaroid Print app, the Instant camera can be connected to a mobile device using a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. With the help of this app, the users can edit and enhance their prints with a number of creative filters, digital stickers, effects, and controls. The selfies from the Polaroid Pop can be taken with the help of the Selfie time.

Polaroid Pop is available in Black and White color, and vintage sepia color. Polaroid Pop instant print camera will be available Q4 2017. Pricing is not yet available.



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Polaroid's Pop Instant captures your memories on a 3-inch photos paper
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SadhanaChauhan

This really looks a cool gadget. And the best thing for me is that it comes with both image stabilization and can record videos in full HD too. I wish I could buy it, but don't know the pricing. My decision depends on that.

NadimShaukat

Now, what's that inkless Zink photo paper? I was just wondering how they would be getting the printouts and I read about this. I was actually searching for the ink storage. Looks like it's a special kind of a paper.

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