Polaroid is synonymous with instant cameras, even though the company closed in 2001 and other brands started creating cameras and film to great success. Polaroid as a company reformed in 2008 but it is only now that it is releasing a new instant camera, which uses the same sized film the original cameras used (so you can use old film) and a new film called i-Type that looks much the same. It means you can look forward to those juicy, colour-saturated square prints coming your way soon.
The camera itself is called the OneStep 2 and is completely analogue. It's currently available in Europe for €119.99 (approx. $180) and is "coming soon" to the Australian online store.
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