Going back to the haydays when the sun shone, Polaroid has unveiled the Z2300 instant digital camera. The days of the film were long lost with the advent of digital, but Polaroid apparently hopes to cash in on some instant physical copy love. The device boasts a 10-megapixel digital camera with a 3.0-inch LCD screen. The coup de etat however, is the inbuilt Zink zero ink printer that can produce full-color 2×3-inch prints in under a minute.
Users get the option to have these prints classic polaroid border, or on a sticker-backed page. There’s also an option to have each shot automatically printed. To make all the printing life easier, the camera also allows users to review and crop photos on the device itself.
The camera is available for pre-order at the cost of $160 and will start shipping sometime in August this year.