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Every photographer’s needs are unique, but with a little research into the differences between each camera model, you’ll be able to work out which model best suits your style. Here’s a comparison between 5 of the most common Polaroid model types:
The Polaroid Originals OneStep+ keeps the same ease of use, reliability, long lasting battery life and powerful flash of the OneStep 2 but adds a whole bunch of new features and creative possibilities. You can do more with analog instant photography than ever before with the new portrait lens and 6 additional creative shooting modes in the Polaroid Originals app, including a full manual mode (when connected via Bluetooth to your smartphone).
Perfect for: Beginners and professional instant photographers alike. With a simple and intuitive design, the camera retains its ease of use as a point-and-shoot camera, while also offering limitless photographic possibilities using the 6 shooting modes (when paired using the Polaroid Originals app): Remote, Self Timer, Double Exposure, Light Painting, Noise Trigger, and the all-encompassing Manual Mode.
Announced in September 2017, on the 80th anniversary of Polaroid, the OneStep 2 continues the legacy of the original OneStep camera but with faster film, a powerful built-in flash and a rechargeable battery.
Perfect for: Beginners and aspiring instant photographers alike. With only a few buttons and a simple, intuitive design, it’s got everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
First released in 1981, the 60-series is the camera most people think of when they hear the word “Polaroid”, with a boxy design that made them a pop culture icon.
Perfect for: Beginners, casual shooters, and fans of special edition film packs. More serious users could consider a step up to the Sun 660 or high-end SLR 680/690 models.