Polaroid Go

Instant cameras seemed to have died a death when the smartphone cameras superseded them and ensured we all had a top quality camera in our pockets. Polaroid managed to maintain skin in the game by continuing to develop awesome instant cameras and their latest offering, the Polaroid Go, is their smallest and possibly coolest to date.

The Polaroid Go Instant Camera is available for pre-ordering now and has a price tag £128.99 which is quite punchy for an instant camera but this one boasts some impressive features which help set it apart from the competition. This is the tiniest new member of the Polaroid family and will rapidly become your portable, wearable, partner in creativity. With classic film Polaroid film, but much smaller, this small but perfectly formed camera is already looking to be a firm favourite of ours here at The Coolector.

Big Creativity, Small Stature

Don’t let the diminutive stature of the Polaroid Go fool you, it packs a powerful performance punch. It creates the classic Polaroid film frames, but much smaller than the norm. With this classy camera, you can take inspiration everywhere, and create a whole bunch of photos that fit in your pocket. Using double exposure to create photos half the size, there is a pleasing clarity to the photos that the Polaroid Go creates.

The Polaroid Go Instant Camera (£128.99) lets you add another layer to your creative vision with easy-to-use double exposure. You can find your light with the reflective selfie mirror, and pick your pose with plenty of time, courtesy of Go’s self-timer. Polaroid have long been established as one of the best in the business when it comes to cameras and the Go adds an adventure ready offering into the mix.

Palm sized and perfectly portable, it’s not hard to see why pre-orders are flying out the door for the Polaroid Go Instant Camera. If you love creating photos that are tangible and can be looked back on fondly, rather than just sitting in your camera roll unobserved, then getting your hands on this great bit of kit from Polaroid is a no-brainer in our opinion.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.