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Polaroid Introduces New Instant Camera

Good news for those fans of instant photography as Polaroid has unveiled the Z2300 instant digital camera.  Since 1948, the release of Polaroid Land Camera has been enjoyed by photography enthusiasts all over the globe.  People just can’t get enough with instant photography as it offers both fun and convenience.  Polaroid redefines instant photography through catering the demand of today’s digital era.  The Polaroid Z2300 takes on the familiarity of instant photography with the perks of high quality pixels in its digital mechanism.  Now you can simply click, share and print instantly.

The Polaroid Z2300 offers a 10 Megapixel image sensor, a wide 3-inch LCD screen, and the ZINK (Zero Ink) technology which is an integrated printing system.  This new camera not only allows instant printing of your photos but also offers on-board editing suite that makes minor adjustments of the captured images possible.  Moreover, this new instant digital camera allows the user to select a certain shot to print to avoid wasting any prints.  Well it seems that this is indeed the upgraded version of the old instant cameras.

The camera uses an advanced composite material that facilitates a good combination of colors cyan, yellow and magenta dye crystals in its system.  It uses Polaroid’s patented 2×3” ZINK paper which is sold at $24.99 for the 50-sheet packs and $14.99 for the 30-sheet packs.

The Polaroid Z2300 is available for pre-order at their official website with a suggested retail price of $159.99.

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About Melivea Melgazo

My constant exuberance to traveling and fascination to nature are the reasons why I love photography. Not everyone has the same definition of beauty and that is how photography permits an individualized form of expression. I believe my forte is landscape photography.
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