Polaroid introduces the world’s smallest instant camera. Polaroid Go will go on sale on April 27th with a price tag of 119 to 139 euros.
Polaroid introduces its new instant camera. The device is called Polaroid Go and is positioned as the world’s smallest analogue camera for instant shooting.
Polaroid Go has a wide range of functions, including a 750 mAh battery, selfie mirror, flash, and the ability to perform double exposure, which is enough for 15 cartridges placed on a miniature body (sizes 105 × 84 × 61 mm).
According to Polaroid, 15 package cartridges can be used with the camera’s built-in battery with a capacity of 750 mAh. If there are eight movies in each package, we are talking about up to 120 films. Charging is done via a USB port. Let’s also mention that the camera has a lens with a focal length of 34 mm and a timer.
Ignacio Germade, Polaroid’s Chief Design Officer, said, “We have spent several years designing Polaroid Go to the smallest detail. The internal components of this model, like a kind of three-dimensional ‘Tetris’, are arranged in an accurate composition that leads to a simple and linear design and, above all, the smallest possible instant analog camera,” he said.
Polaroid Go is available for pre-order on the company’s website and will hit shelves on April 27. The price for the package, which includes the camera and two cartridges with eight films each, is set at 139 euros. The cartridge-free price is 119 euros.