The Polaroid instant camera is back. Today, the company announced, the Polaroid OneStep 2 which will cost at $99. The new OneStep v2 is not implemented by Polaroid because it is a big brand and it has an indistinct collection of patents and intellectual property.
OneStep 2 has a high-quality lens, a built-in flash, a timer, a 60-day battery life, and a USB to charge your camera.
A new technical comfort of this camera is it shoots $16 pack of eight color or black and white “I-type” film. This project was started by Impossible Project for its own instant camera called I-1and the “I” stands for “incredible.”
Impossible will launch different films and cameras across the Polaroid Originals name. Along with the new Polaroid-branded I-type film, it is also going to release new films for cameras like the Polaroid SX-70, Spectra and Polaroid 600 which is the original OneStep.
In 2008, when Polaroid left its film, Impossible Project took the fading company’s factory and acquired the remaining equipment. It resumed the engineered Polaroid’s instant film and began selling it. The company gives the lifeline to the many photographers around the world.
Polaroid Originals stated noted, “every time you press the shutter thousands of chemical reactions ignite to create one real, unpolished, completely unique image and that’s the beauty of Polaroid.”
Earlier this year, the source company of the Impossible Project acquired the Polaroid brand as well as its intellectual property. From today, the new i-Type film is available for $16 for each 8-picture pack.