Polaroid has this week unveiled a new addition to its line of instant cameras, showcasing their new Polaroid Z2300 camera at the 2012 CEA Line Show in New York City.
The Polaroid Z2300 is equipped with an integrated printer that uses inkless Zink technology, requiring no expensive and messy ink cartridges to print out photographs. However the required special printer paper does make up for the expenses of cartridges somewhat.
Once you have capture a photo the Polaroid Z2300 it takes less than a minute to print off a 2×3 inch picture. Photographs can also be uploaded to your favourite social networks, and is equipped with a 10 meagpixel image sensor and has a 3 inch LCD viewing display on the rear.
The Polaroid Z2300 will be arriving in stores on August 15th for around $160 with paper costing $15 for 30 sheets or $25 for 50 sheets.
Source: Pop PhotoFiled Under: Camera News, Top News