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Polaroid Originals Launch New Analogue Instant Camera

Polaroid Originals are celebrating the 80th anniversary of Polaroid cameras by launching a new camera.

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OneStep 2

Polaroid Originals is a new brand, from the founders of Impossible Film, dedicated to analogue instant photography, and to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Polaroid cameras Polaroid Originals has launched a new analogue instant camera. 

The Polaroid OneStep2 is a successor to the original Polaroid OneStep, the original Polaroid camera that, 40 years ago, made instant photography easy to partake in. 

The new camera will be priced at £109.99 and will have the same ease of use as its predecessor. It features a powerful built in flash, easy USB charging, long lasting battery and self-timer feature. 

Also unveiled today is a new generation of original format instant film including colour, black and white and a wide range of special edition films to choose from. I-Type film for the OneStep 2 is available for £14.99 with 8 pictures per pack. 

You can pre-order the camera today with Polaroid Originals and it will be available in October at a range of national retailers for £109.99. 

Polaroid OneStep2

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