Polaroid Go is the smallest analog instant camera from Polaroid, yet it comes with a selfie mirror and a longer-lasting battery.
It costs $99.99 and it will be the best companion to the trendier, on-the-go crowd.
The Polaroid Go is 2.4 inches tall, 3.3 inches wide, and 4.1 inches long. That makes it the smallest analog instant camera on the market, nearly an inch smaller than its competitors, breadbox, and Now, in every direction.
It comes with a selfie mirror, highly demanded by the new social media savvy generation, and an improved 750mAh battery. It also has a self-timer, flash, and the ability to do double exposures with just a button click.
The Go uses a new instant film format to suit its smaller size. The Color Go film measures 2.623 x 2.122 inches and has an ASA of 640, meaning it should do better in brighter settings or with the flash on.
The Polaroid Go is available for preorder today for $119.99 with 2 sets of film. The camera alone costs $99.99 and will go on sale on April 27th. The films will sell in retail for $19.99 each.
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