Polaroid iM1836

Polaroid iM1836 at CES 2013

This is post 3 of 27 in the CES 2013 series

We made a stop at the Polaroid booth, at CES 2013, to take a look at the much talked about Polaroid iM1836 Interchangeable Lens Camera. This device, which has been long rumored, was finally on show for the public and we had a chance to get our hands on it. The iM1836 is the first Android based interchangeable lens camera, which runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Check out everything it has to offer as Ricky takes a closer look at the Polaroid iM1836:

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Let us know what your favorite feature of the Polaroid iM1836 in the comments below!

This is post 3 of 27 in the CES 2013 series

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  • Jade

    Too hard to pick a single favorite feature for this device…I guess I’ll go with the fact that is has 18 megapixels. That, partnered with the android operating system makes it something I’d definitely carry with me on a daily basis. I also love the feature that allows sharing directly from the camera! I don’t use my digital camera because my phone takes better pictures and is much easier to share from. The Polaroid iM1836 would be so perfect…. I’d like to see the black one, as well as a chrome.

    Love the new site, btw!

  • Tiffany Sparks

    I love that it runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.