Polaroid mio

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The Polaroid mio instant camera was released by Polaroid corporation during Christmas of 2001.

It is based on Fuji Instax mini line of cameras. Fujifilm originally wanted to release the Instax series worldwide including North America and Europe simultaneously, but decided to work with Polaroid on the mio camera based on the Instax mini 10/20 for the US market.

It was a silver award winner in the Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) in 2003. [1]

The camera is compatible with Polaroid mio film, Instax mini film as well as Polaroid 300 film. It is powered by two CR2 lithium batteries.

Notes

  1. Design Continuum Wins IDEA Awards; BusinessWeek and IDSA Laud the Best and Hottest Designs of 2003
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