What you need to know
- Polaroid has just announced a very special camera.
- It's a Polaroid Now special collectors edition inspired by The Mandalorian.
- It even has themed film featuring the Child (baby Yoda).
Polaroid has today announced a brand new collector's edition camera inspired by The Mandalorian complete with film featuring the Child (baby Yoda).
In a press release the company stated:
The camera features colors and textures inspired by the Mandalorian's armor, "reminiscent of Beskar steel adorned with the titular character's design details."
The camera underneath features all of Polaroid Now's regular features, autofocus, double exposure, self-timer, and a dynamic flash.
Along with the new camera, there's also special i-Type Color Film with limited edition frame designs inspired by the Child:
Polaroid says that there are twelve photo frame designs and eight exclusive dark slide styles to collect.
The new The Mandalorian Polaroid Now iType Instant Camera and i-Type Color Film retail at $119.99 and $17.99 (for eight) respectively.
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