It’s not just Samsung that will be selling an Android-powered camera, Android is set to take over digital imaging. The Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera combines the power of a smartphone with the flexibility of an interchangeable camera.
The base kit comes with a 10-30mm zoom lens, and it will be compatible with all Micro Four Thirds lenses with the use of an adapter. It has an 18 MP sensor, Android 4.1, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It’s capable of recording in 1080p and has a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen. There’s one-button sharing to your favorite social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Vimeo. And the next Android-powered DSLR will be…
The Polaroid iM1836 is the first camera of its kind to pair interchangeable lens options like those previously found only on D-SLR cameras with the intuitive Android operating system. Lightweight and portable, it’s a great option for capturing professional quality images and 1080p HD video on the go. Its built-in peer-to-peer Wi-Fi and easy-to-use Polaroid photo sharing apps allow users to immediately upload and share their images via social media. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity pairs the camera with any Bluetooth-enabled device to upload images and video when Wi-Fi isn’t available.
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