Hoping to bring the magic back with instant photos, Polaroid is releasing the Z2300, it's new pocket sized instant camera that uses Zink to print out digital photos as if they were film.
The Z2300 is the second real attempt by Polaroid to combine digital camera tech with a photo printer. The Z3240 was its first but a lot felt that it was not worth its price tag due to its slow printing and low quality prints.
The Z2300 has a 10 megapixel sensor and can shoot 720p HD video and has a 3 inch display, built in mic and flash, and 32MB of internal storage, SD card slot (4GB SD card included) a video out port, and mini USB port and a removable battery.
There's also a neat little switch on the left side of the camera for toggling between macro and landscape shots.
Prints take about 40 seconds to print, but when it's all said and done, the photos do seem to have that slightly blurry look reminiscent of old instant film cameras.
Polaroid is already taking pre-orders for the Z2300. The camera will officially go ons sale on August 14 for $160.