Polaroid OneStep+ Instant Camera

Aug 31, 2018

Category: Tech

Last year, Polaroid came out with the OneStep 2 i-Type camera to celebrate the company’s 80th anniversary. The popularity of the instant-film throwback camera led Polaroid to produce the OneStep+, an upgrade with digital integration.

Still sporting the silhouette of the original 1977 version, the OneStep+ is now accompanied by the Polaroid Originals app via Bluetooth. There are six features on the app to help expand your creativity, including double-exposure, light-painting, noise timer, and remote trigger. It also has a scanner tool that instinctively corrects glare and crops photos, making sure your shots are always sharp. The camera even comes with a portrait lens that will allow you to take high-quality instant photos from a closer distance. Pick up the OneStep+ camera now and capture memories the old school way, but with a modern twist.

Purchase: $160

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