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Polaroid OneStep 2 Review Hands On with i-Type Film In NYC: Polaroid Is Back

I give a hands on review of the new Polaroid OneStep 2 using the newer I-Type 600 film in New York City. I show how the new film looks and its coloring. The Polaroid OneStep Two is a welcomed release by Polaroid/Impossible Project in 2017. This camera is priced just right at around $100 bucks. The big change about this is not needing a battery for the newer film but still being versatile and able to use older 600 film. To be able to use the I-Type film, you can charge the One Step 2 through micro USB. This is simple to use and just fun. Sadly the film is still overpriced.
Polaroid OneStep 2:

Polaroid 600 Film, I-Type:
BHPhoto:  I-Type
BHPhoto:  600 Vintage Film

Polaroid OneStep 2 Preview: Polaroid Is Finally Back + New i-Type Film

On Polaroid's 80th anniversary, they announced the new OneStep 2 film camera. Back in May of 2017, Impossible Project bought the Polaroid brand name and the IP with it. This is the first film camera coming out under the Polaroid name in a long time. With this we get a fully analog camera that houses a 60 day charged battery that you can power through USB. It used the same old 600 film but also now a new i-Type film.