Published on September 15th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


80 years of instant pictures celebrated

The Impossible Project, the company who kept Polaroid instant film alive, is now Polaroid Originals and is celebrating the company’s 80th Anniversary with the return of one of the most iconic cameras of all time. We’re talking about the OneStep and it’s back and better than ever. The OneStep 2 updates the original with a built-in flash and a battery life that keeps the camera charged for up to two months. The camera will use any of the 600-series compatible film as well as the newer I-Type film from Impossible.

The camera will be available in white or graphite and comes on  next month, October. Malaysians might have to wait a little longer

Prices in USA are set at USD99.00 and you can get more information at

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