Smart digital cameras aren’t anything new, and speaking of which, if you’re looking for a smart digital camera, you might be interested in today’s model.

Polaroid iM1836 is a smart digital camera, and it’s the world’s first Android-powered camera that comes with interchangeable lens. This camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, so you can edit and share your photos via WiFi on the go. In addition, this camera comes with 10-30mm zoom lens, but you can swap that lens with any other, and according to the Polaroid, this camera is compatible with any Micro Four Thirds lens, as long as you have an optional adapter. Polaroid iM1836 can take pictures up to 18 megapixel, and it can record 1080p video as well, and with the HDMI output, you can easily connect it to your HDTV. This camera has a 3.5-inch LCD touch display as well as a pop-up flash. Additional features include auto blink detection, auto face exposure and panorama mode.

If you need an Android-powered digital camera with interchangeable lens, Polaroid iM1836 might be perfect for you, and as for availability and pricing, we should see this camera in the first quarter of 2013, and it will cost $399.

[via Mashable]

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