Today Polaroid unveiled a brand new camera at CES 2017, called the Polaroid Pop it is capable of shooting and printing 3-inch x 4-inch photos instantly via inkless Zink photo paper.

However, it is not just an instant camera it’s also a digital camera, which means it can shoot in either format or in both formats at the same time, providing you with a great camera for pretty much any situation, making the Polaroid Pop a pretty decent option.

In terms of specifications, the Pop has a 20-megapixel CMOS sensor with a dual-LED flash, the ability to record 1080p video, a 3.94-inch touchscreen LCD display around the back and a microSD card slot for writing the images to a card that is sized at up to 128GB.

The Polaroid Pop has comes with WiFi and Bluetooth inbuilt, allowing you to transfer images to and from your phone.

It was designed by the Ammunition Group, who also designed last year’s Polaroid Snap and Apple’s Beats Pill+.

It won’t be available until the end of 2017, however, that’s all we know as of yet, no pricing has been revealed.

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