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The Polaroid Z2300 is a 10-megapixel digital camera with a built-in Zink Zero Ink printer for making instant prints from your shots.
Just a power button and shutter release on top. The body is 1.4 inches thick.
The left side has a switch for changing focus from infinity to macro. There's a Mini-USB port for transferring photos and video and a power input for connecting an external charger.
Battery and SD card slot are on the bottom, along with a tripod mount.
Controls are pretty standard for a digital camera. The 3-inch LCD seemed to be pretty low-quality, but this was a preproduction camera so here's hoping it'll be a bit better when it ships in August.
Next to the LCD is a switch for opening the camera to load the Zink printer paper.
Polaroid's been using the Zero Ink paper technology for several years now. There are dye crystals in the paper that when heated go from clear to color. The camera creates a 2x3-inch print in less than a minute.