Polaroid announces smallest instant camera

Polaroid has created the world’s smallest analog instant camera.

The 104x84x61mm device is designed as a pocket-sized version of the classic Polaroid camera with square-format shots. Polaroid Go works with smaller cartridges that print 67x54mm photos. Technically, it is the smallest express camera in the world.

The camera received an LED flash, a built-in timer and a miniature mirror on the front panel for taking selfies. A shutter timer is provided. Power is provided by a 750 mAh rechargeable battery, which is enough for taking and printing 15 photos.

The device is equipped with a lens with a focal length of 34 mm (35 mm equivalent). The shutter speed range is from 1/125 to 30 s. The novelty weighs approximately 240 g.

In terms of specs, the Polaroid Go has the same 100mm focal length as the Polaroid Now, not unlike the full-frame 35mm equivalent.

Polaroid Go is now open for pre-orders. The camera, available only in white, costs $ 99.9 in the US.

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