Polaroids are back, baby. Reimagined for the age of digital photography, the new Polaroid Pop Instant Camera can be considered a real successor to the classic 600 series. With a 20-megapixel CMOS sensor, image stabilization, and dual LED flash for lighting up even the darkest subjects, this camera can hold a candle to even the most advanced point-and-shoot cameras on the market right now.

Other features include built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, an incredible large and comfortable touchscreen, 1080p video recording, and compatibility with regular ol' microSD cards.

But what about the printer? After all, it's the most important part of a Polaroid camera. Well, the company has opted for a built-in Zink printer that outputs 3×4" images with the iconic Polaroid boarders with the same boarders as the 3.5×4.25" prints from 30+ years ago.

Find out more about the Polaroid Pop Instant Camera via the link below. Pricing and availability information has yet to be announced so stay tuned to Polaroid's official website linked below.

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