The Polaroid Go is officially the world’s smallest analogue instant camera, and the new baby of the Polaroid line-up.
But being small in stature doesn’t mean the new arrival is necessarily inferior to the full-size Polaroid Now from 2020. The two share plenty of features and shooting modes, plus they have a very similar design.
Choosing between the pair isn’t exactly straightforward, though, as they each have positives and negatives that will appeal to different kinds of photographers.
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