Polaroid Cube Action Camera; Mount it Anywhere and Go Clicking

August 20, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not often does the action camera segment pack a fair bit of cuteness under its belt. Most often, cameras do what they are intended to do and keep away from the cuteness factor. The Polaroid Cube is one pure exception – it is cute, simple and worthy

This small mountable camera can be used in many tasks you wish to. Use it as the simple video recorder for capturing scenic beauties or mount it on your protective gear to capture death defying moments. Either way, the Cube will deliver the simplest method of working it out.

Resembling the Polaroid cameras of the past, the Cube boasts a simple and neat form factor, with each side measuring a mere 35mm. Never go by its size, the Cube delivers much more than what you expect from a small rig like this one.


Offering full HD video capture at 1080p, the Cube also click images at 6 megapixels. With the wide-angle lens covering the 124 degree view, you may not miss capturing what you intend to.

Thrown in at the rear is a slide switch that offers recording in either 720p or 1080p. On the top surface is a capture button. The Cube offers support of upto 32 GB micro SD cards that fits into its back.

The magnet at the bottom is well enough for stacking the action cam into supportive gear. Be it skateboards, helmets, or any other metallic stuff for that matter, the Cube will stick on to them smoothly.

Take it along on for your favorite water games session and it offers a 2 meter water resistance option.


It doesn’t end here; the tasks it offers extend to even rugged surfaces with the multiple pods and mounts available for the Cube.

Get it charged fully and the Cube would stay alive for around 90 minutes – at least that is what the manufacturers claim.

Polaroid Cube is not among the first of compact-sized action cams and sure will wrestle currenty available action cams with full force. So, GoPro, Pyle’s eXpo and Rollei’s Bullet Camcan expect  tough rivalry on that front.

Priced at $100, pre-orders for the Cube has already commenced. Shipping is expected to begin from the mid of September.

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