TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSDimensions: 150mm (L) × 111mm (W) × 97mm (H)
Weight: 493 grams (without film pack)
Battery: High-performance lithium-ion battery (1100mAh), rechargeable via USB
Outer shells: Polycarbonate + ABS plastic
External barrel viewfinder
Lens: Optical grade polycarbonate lens, coated
Shutter System: Custom design using a precision stepping motor
Lens: Fixed focus lens
The focal length of the standard lens: 103mm
The focal length of the portrait lens: 89 mm
Field of view: 41 ° vertical, 40 ° horizontal
Flash system: strobe with a vacuum discharge tube
Bluetooth LE connectivity
Shoulder strap and USB charging cable included
Tripod mount on the camera base
Polaroid is the brand name used to identify a series of products from the Polaroid Corporation, which is most famous for its instant camera with self-developing film.
In March 2008, Polaroid announced the production launch of the new Polaroids, thanks to ZINK, “Zero-Ink”, a new ink-free printing technology. The camera contains a very small colour printer that operates on a particular photographic paper, made of crystalline pigments that are coloured thanks to a thermal process.
The Polaroid Corporation has created a large series of instant cameras with self-developing films, which do not all use the same type of sensitive papers. Most use SX-70 or 600 films. New SX-70 and Spectra and 600 films are produced by “The Impossible Project”: a team of enthusiasts who have tried their hand at repairing Polaroid’s decision to stop production of films for traditional cameras.