Polaroid has announced that it is adding a new camera that will let users shoot in 1080p and 4K resolutions.
The new Polaroid QX70 comes with a 4K resolution and will cost $299.95.
Users will also be able to capture 4K and 1080p videos, while a new “Super Resolution” mode will let the QX 70 record 4K footage at 30 frames per second (fps).
There is also an optional “Super Speed” mode that will allow the QS70 to shoot at up to 8x the speed of normal video.
The QX-70 will be available in February.
Polaroid previously announced that the QP70 would be the successor to its Polaroid Professional range, but there was no confirmation that the two cameras would be competing.
It will be interesting to see how the QN70 stacks up to the QT70.
Both cameras have similar features, but the QQ70 is slightly smaller and lighter.
Polaroids QN 70 will be a 4k video camera, while the QY70 will also shoot 4K video.
Polar has also launched the QI70, a similar camera that has an 18.2 megapixel sensor.
The QR70 will have a 4x optical zoom, but will be priced at $199.99.
The next-generation Polaroid will be called the QV70.
This camera will be able, like the QR70, to shoot in 4K (30fps) and 4k (60fps) resolutions, but its price tag is slightly higher.