Polaroid has just announced a new instant camera after being off the market for 10 years. The Polaroid OneStep 2 is actually made by the Impossible Project, the new brand owner of Polaroid.
The camera looks like Polaroid cameras from the old days, with modern updates and touches. It includes a high quality lens, built-in flash, and 60 days of battery life. This long lasting power is provided with a 1100mAh Li-Ion battery.
It uses the “i-Type” black & white film that was created by the Impossible Project last year as part of the group’s effort to revive the brand after their purchase. The Onestep 2 can also use the standard 600-type film for instant photos.
This new model comes on the heel of Polaroid’s 80th anniversary as a brand. Anyone looking to buy this can purchase it online for $100 (about RM 420) with the film packs retailing at $16 (about RM67) for an eight-picture pack.