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Polaroid’s new cameras are a retro dream come true

The OneStep 2 blends old school cool with new camera tech.
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July 8, 2019
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There's a reason why Polaroid cameras are still relevant in 2019. While smartphones are undeniably convenient for snapping photos on the fly, they can never quite match the material satisfaction of holding a real, developed photograph in your hands. So whether you're traveling abroad this summer or just spending some quality time with friends and family, snapping some shots on a Polaroid is the perfect way to immortalize the occasion.

If you have yet to pick up a Polaroid camera (or if your last one is still stuck in the 80's) upgrading to Polaroid's OneStep 2 cameras is a solid move, especially now that they're on sale today.

The OneStep 2 is an analog instant camera that's built for modern-day photography. It's inspired by Polaroid's original OneStep, but touts a number of upgrades that make it a simple, easy-to-use camera that you can fire up right out of the box.

Combining a high-quality lens with a powerful flash, the OneStep 2 lets you capture amazing photos with every press of the shutter. It sports a long-lasting rechargeable battery, making it perfect for travel and extended shoots. And, despite its modern upgrades, the OneStep 2 still retains the intuitive and stylish design that made Polaroid so popular in years past.

The OneStep 2 comes in a variety of styles and bundles. You can get the camera itself in graphite or white for $99 with a bonus photobox, the camera and color i-Type film in the Summer Blue theme for $117, that same bundle with an extra roll of color film for $129.99, or the camera plus a roll of black and white film for $116.

Alternatively, for the Stranger Things fans out there, the Polaroid One Step 2 even comes in a special Stranger Things-themed edition with themed color film for just $127.

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