CES 2017 is lots of things, but few would call it nostalgic. Recent shows, though, have proven there’s room for wistfulness about the tech of yore: At last year’s CES, Kodak unveiled a new Super 8 camera (designed in collaboration with buzzy San Francisco-based industrial designer Yves Behar, no less) that has a look that harkens back to the original handheld.
Now comes news from this year’s show that Polaroid—which celebrates its 80th anniversary this year—is getting in on the updated-nostalgia action. The latest from the company is the Polaroid Pop digital camera, a sleek handheld unit with an LCD touchscreen clocking in at just under four inches. It’s got 1080-pixel, high-definition video recording capabilities and dual LED flash, which means your photos of architecture, design, and public art in your city are going to be that much nicer.
Polaroid Pop’s largely black casing comes in five and accent colorways, including red, white, blue, yellow, and black, and takes photos in three modes: black-and-white, full-color, and sepia. And, in true 21st-century fashion, users can add stickers and filters to their photos in the Polaroid app, which is available on Android and iOS devices.