The Polaroid Go ($99.99) is the smallest immediate camera in the marketplace. It matches in your palm of your hand, snaps shots with point-and-click simplicity, and has a intelligent mirrored viewfinder to border selfies.
The Go’s design is a throwback, one which performs on nostalgia for Polaroid cameras from the ’70s. It is completed in white plastic with a number of splashes of coloration. The corporate’s rainbow stripe emblem is positioned above the lens, and the shutter launch, Polaroid Go logo, and wrist strap are bright red.
The camera is palm-size, at about 2.4 by 3.3 by 5.9 inches (HWD). It is made for one-hand use, with the shutter on the prime proper. There is a second button close by, used to show the flash on or off, and the ability button is on the rear, subsequent to the LED film counter display.
Camera: Pocket-sized Analog Instant Camera
Dimensions: 5.9 x 3.3 x 2.4 in (105 mm x 83.9 mm x 61.5 mm)
Weight: 0.53 lbs (242 grams) (without film pack)
Battery: High-performance lithium-ion battery, 750mAh, 3.7V nominal Voltage, 2.7Wh, rechargeable via USB.
15-pack battery life
Outer shell: Polycarbonate + ABS plastics
Lenses: Polycarbonate resin
Shutter speed: 1/125-1sec
Aperture: f/12 and f/52
Focal length: 34 mm (35 mm equivalent)
Field of view: Diagonal 65.1°, Horizontal 48.1°, Vertical 49.1 degrees
Automatic flash (with override)
Flash system: Vacuum discharge tube storage
Polaroid Go camera
USB charging cable
Quick Start Guide
Safety & Compliance Booklet
Compatible only with Polaroid Go film
Color instant film for Polaroid Go camera
16 photos per double pack
Classic white frame
Format: 2.623 x 2.122 in (66.6 mm x 53.9 mm)
Image area: 1.851 x 1.811 in (47 mm x 46 mm)
Development time: 10-15 minutes