Motorola on Wednesday announced the Polaroid Insta-Share Printer, the latest addition to the Moto Mod line of modular smartphone accessories.
The add-on clips onto the back of the Moto Z and features a physical shutter button that can be used to activate your phone's camera. Images can then be printed out using Polaroid's 2 x 3-inch Premium ZINK photo paper (a pack of 20 sheets will run you about $9 on Amazon).
The photo paper features an adhesive back that you can peel off and stick onto, well, whatever you want. I could see where that'd be a blast for kids.
Users can print from their camera roll or directly from Instagram, Facebook and Google Photos.
The Polaroid Insta-Share Printer is available to pre-order as of writing ahead of a planned November 17 launch online and through Verizon. Expect to pay $199 for the opportunity.
That's not very affordable, especially considering Polaroid's own Snap instant camera can be had for about $20 less and Kodak's Printomatic standalone shooter retails for just $69.99. Plus, the Mod isn't exactly slim. You'd need some pretty spacious pockets to accommodate your phone with the camera printer accessory attached.