Polaroid's Z2300 is an Instant Camera for the 21st Century

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Instant film cameras were a huge part of life for folks  raised during a few key years, and Polaroid is the brand that defined them - just ask Outkast.  The traditional instant film camera may be gone, but Polaroid's new Instant Digital cameras introduce a new way of doing things.

The Z2300 is the latest, and allows you to take a picture, edit it and then print a 2x3" version of it in less than a minute.  The Z2300 uses a technology called ZINK, which eliminates the need for ink and instead utilizes paper made of a composite material that responds to heat.  The camera creates the heat in a very specific way and your picture comes out from there.

The Z2300 will launch soon, with preorders available now at a price of $159.