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First Android Camera with Removable Lenses Unveiled by Polaroid
First Android Camera with Removable Lenses  Unveiled by Polaroid

First Android Camera with Removable Lenses – Unveiled by Polaroid

We have all appreciated the Android- powered Galaxy Camera recently launched by Samsung, but the fact remains that is is a point and shoot camera so its ability to capture... really eye-popping shots is limited. This is the reason that the iM1836 the world’s first Android Powered Camera with interchangeable lenses about to be launched by Polaroid is grabbing eye balls.

The iM1836 which is build by Polaroid partner Sakar runs on Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” which in effects makes the camera capable of all the functions that one can perform on any Galaxy Camera or an Android 4.1 powered Smartphone which includes the same photo-sharing and editing tricks. This particular camera comes with a 10-30 mm Zoom lens which can be interchangeable. As per Polaroid the said is compatible with any Micro Four Thirds lens as long as there is an optional adapter. The camera can take pictures upto 18 megapixels whereas videos can be taken upto 1080p. The iM1836 even has an HDMI output for direct connection to a TV.

The main difference between the Polaroid’s Android Camera from that of Samsung is that there is no option for a data plan. This denotes that either you have to rely on either Wi-fi or your smartphone to access the internet and it comes ready to tether (via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth)

The LCD Touch screen measures 3.5 inches and has a pop-up flash. Other features of the camera include: auto blink detection, auto face exposure and panorama mode. This particular model is expected to hit the markets in the first quarter of 2013.

The market is eagerly waiting to check out the Polaroid’s Android Camera but it seems like a tough act to follow in way of the Samsung Galaxy Camera. The Samsung Galaxy Camera showcased Samsung’s expertise in Android, with a amazing interface for manual controls and many of the same picture taking modes found on Samsung Smartphones.

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