You don't have to shake these Polaroid pictures
Polaroid has combined the instant nature of its cameras from the 80s with the digital camera generation in a new camera called the Z2300. The camera doesn't use film cartridges like the old school Polaroid camera did, rather it uses inkless printer and special paper that has ink crystals inside. The inkless printer heats the ZINK paper to produce images.
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The camera produces 2 x 3-inch prints and has a 10-megapixel image sensor. The rear LCD is three-inches and the camera can capture video. The camera will sell for $159.99 with paper going for $24.99 for 50 sheets or $14.99 for 30 sheets.