Polaroid Announces the I-2 Camera with Built-In Manual Controls
Polaroid has announced its latest point-and-shoot camera, the I-2. It has been designed to make it easier for amateurs and professional photographers alike to switch to manual settings to achieve creative effects and optimum results without sacrificing any of the convenience typically associated with Polaroid cameras.
The I-2 is equipped with an intuitive manual control system that is both simple and powerful. The main buttons on the camera’s body are dedicated to changing the shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Users can also adjust the focus manually, as well as turn on a host of assistive features such as focus peaking and a live histogram.
The I-2 also has a number of modern conveniences that make shooting with Polaroid cameras even easier. The camera has a 21.2-megapixel sensor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to enable the easy sharing of photos, and a large touchscreen display that makes it easy to navigate the camera’s menu and change settings.
All of this is packaged in a sleek, pocket-friendly design that makes it easy to take the I-2 anywhere. It’s small and lightweight, and comes with a USB-rechargeable battery that can last for up to 9 hours of shooting, so you can be sure you’ll never miss a moment.
The Polaroid I-2 is perfect for those looking to upgrade their photography game without sacrificing the convenience of a point-and-shoot camera. With it’s intuitive manual controls, modern features, and pocket-size design, the I-2 is sure to be a hit with amateur and pro photographers alike.