Polaroid Launches First Android Camera With Interchangeable Lens
Polaroid has just unveiled the world’s first Android camera with interchangeable lens at CES in Las Vegas, the latest development in its march into the digital age.
Running on Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”, the iM1836 18 megapixel camera—which comes with 10-30mm zoom lens and a 3.5 inch LCD touch screen—is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, allowing users to edit and share their photographs online.
Set to retail for US$349, the iM1836 camera was unveiled alongside two other cameras—read more about them here.
Despite the considerable clout that Polaroid wields in the world of photography, its latest products have been greeted with rather negative reviews on the internet—The Verge has even gone so far as to call the iM1836 “a hollow, plastic, inoperative piece of landfill debris”.
Polaroid fans, what do you think of these new cameras from your favorite brand?
[via The Phoblography Blog]
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