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Polaroid reverses course on tech with revival of old-school OneStep instant camera

Polaroid reverses course on tech with revival of old-school OneStep instant camera

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Forget about digital, relive the joy of unknown photo results with an analog Polaroid instant camera! There are some younger people today that have no idea what it's like to take a picture without already knowing how it will come out. Thanks to digital photography, we never have to worry about taking a bad picture, but we also never have the joy of seeing a developed set of pictures for the first time and discovering accidentally perfect shots. Polaroid is changing that with a revival of their most popular instant camera from nearly 40 years ago. The OneStep is back, and like it was in 1977; analog. But now it's got an upgrade for the 21st Century — like a USB charger and a timer. The OneStep 2, like its predecessor, has nothing more than a small eyepiece for a viewfinder. You aim, point, and snap a picture with the fixed-focus lens (no zoom, no image stabilization, no digital magic) and an onboard flash that you can manually turn on or off. The film, which is where the...