A true Polaroid reimagined for the digital age, the Polaroid Pop Instant Camera is the spiritual successor to the 600 series. It has a 20 megapixel CMOS sensor, image stabilization, and a dual LED flash for capturing images. It has built-in Wifi and Bluetooth and a big touchscreen, shoots 1080p video, and stores its images to a microSD card. But most importantly, it has a built-in Zink printer that outputs 3x4" images with the iconic border, resulting in 3.5x4.25" prints, the same size as their models sold long ago. It can also serve as a wireless printer for your other gear, and its curvy design is as approachable as the classic OneStep SX-70.
Just as capable in the studio as it is in the field, the AJA Cion Camera can handle nearly any shooting situation. At its heart is a 4K, APS-C CMOS sensor providing 12 stops of dynamic range and an electronic global shutter that ensures you won't have any rolling shutter issues during quick movements. It records directly to its own high-speed media cards in Apple ProRes 4444 & 422 formats, or can alternatively output AJA Raw footage to external media. With a PL mount for use with industry-standard lenses and a sensor that works great with glass meant for Super 35 setups, it bridges the gap from set to post with ease.