Polaroid OneStep 2 i‑Type Instant Camera



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One step is all it takes. This generation of point-and-shoot cameras is inspired by the original Polaroid OneStep from 1977. With a simple one-button operation and a retro design, this analog instant camera bridges past aesthetics with the features you need to love it today. 

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Translation missing: en.When Polaroid released the original OneStep camera in 1977 they called it the ‘world’s simplest camera’, marking the beginning of point-and-shoot photography. This modern generation takes that design and evolves its simplicity to give you a camera that’s just as enjoyable

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  • i-Type & 600 film

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Modern conveniences in a retro camera body. Toughest decision? Choosing a color.

Optional flash

Add extra light when you need it with a flash you can turn on or off for better creative control.

Rechargeable battery

Be ready for every moment with a built-in rechargeable battery and USB charging cable.

i-Type film

Uses our battery-free i-Type film that’s easier on the wallet.

Technical Specifications

Translation missing: en.Dimensions: 150 mm (L) x 110 mm (W) x 95 mm (H)<br>Weight: 460 grams / 1 lb (without film pack)<br>Outer shells: Polycarbonate + ABS plastics<br>Lenses: Optical grade Polycarbonate and Acrylic lenses, coated<br>Tripod mount on base of camera<br>External viewfinder barrel<br>Shutter system: Custom design, using precision step motor for shutter<br>Lens: fixed focus lens / 0.6m — infinity<br>Focal length: 106 mm<br>Field of view: 41 degrees vertical, 40 degrees horizontal<br>Flash System: Vacuum discharge tube strobe<br>Battery: High performance lithium-ion battery (1100mAh), rechargeable via USB<br>Neck Strap and USB charging cable included

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