Behind the Design of Polaroid’s Latest Pocket Cameras

Behind the Design of Polaroid’s Latest Pocket Cameras
technology

An inside look at how Ammuniton designed the company's re-architected Snap and Cube Plus

Kiran Umapathy
  • 8 september 2015

Recently, Polaroid announced its Snap Instant Digital Camera, the newest addition to its camera line.

The Snap is a compact, pocket-sized offering that combines the functionality of a point and shoot with instant photo prints using Zero Ink® Printing technology. Features include 10 megapixel resolution and a MicroSD card slot that accommodates up to 32GB of memory, making it easy to save photos, transfer them to other devices or share on social media. Color choices include white, blue, red and black.

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