Since retiring its iconic camera, Polaroid has been getting back into the instant photography business by combining digital imaging with a built-in printer. Now it’s announced the Z2300, a stylish and more powerful alternative to the tiny PIC-300 with a smaller form factor than the Z340 launched last year. The Z2300, currently on pre-order, bumps the specs and cuts the price of a similar older model, offering a 10-megapixel camera that can shoot in 720p video for $159.99. Film is loaded behind the display and prints out in a little over 30 seconds — besides its shape, the roughly business card-sized output looks a lot like that of the original Polaroid.
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