- Product Dimensions:: 15 x 11 x 9.5 cm ; 454 g
- Shipping Weight: 953 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion
- ASIN: B07WDDN4PR
- Date first available at Amazon.sg: 24 September 2019
- Customer reviews: 1 customer rating
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Polaroid Originals Everything Box - OneStep 2 VF Red Camera and Film Bundle
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- The Everything box has everything you need to start creating original Polaroid photos including a one-step 2 viewfinder I-type camera and two color film packs.
- Point and shoot: simple, fun and so easy to use. Capture meaningful moments in the iconic white frame.
- Self-timer: put yourself in the frame.
- 60-Day battery life: with a built-in rechargeable battery.
- Powerful Flash and High-Quality Lens: Use them both to perfectly light up your subject(s) for clear sharp photos.
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Inspired by the original One-step camera from 1977, the Polaroid One-step 2 is an analog instant camera for the modern era. It takes a moment and turns it into something you can hold, something you can share, something real. The everything box Color holiday edition – capture the season in its best light with this essential Starter kit. The everything box has everything you need to start creating original Polaroid photos. The everything box contains a one-step 2 viewfinder I-type camera and two color film packs.
Temperature affects film performance so keep it stored chilled in the fridge, do not freeze.
The magic of your analog camera is a complex chemical reaction. Be sure to clean your camera film rollers periodically for the best results.
Polaroid instant film loves light. Always shoot in bright light or use the camera flash for best results.
Photos develop within 15 minutes. Shield photos from the light and place them face down as they develop.
|Compatible Film Format||I-Type Film and 600 Film||I-Type Film and 600 Film|
|App Controlled Exposure Features||Not Available||Double Exposure and Light Painting via Companion App|
|Standard Lens Focal Length||106mm||103mm|
|Portrait Lens Focal Length||Not Available||89mm|
|Manual Control Mode||Not Available||Available via Companion App|
|Battery Power||High performance lithium-ion battery (1100mAh), rechargeable via USB||High performance lithium-ion battery (1100mAh), rechargeable via USB|
|Flash System||Vacuum discharge tube strobe||Vacuum discharge tube strobe|
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The key difference between this model and the previous Onestep 2 is the viewfinder. On the older model, you would frame up your shots looking through a window on the back of the camera. The old model suffered from complaints from users that were struggling to accurately frame up subjects since they would look through the view window at odd angles.
This model has a more traditional viewfinder extension on back that makes framing up photos far more accurate. Since the camera can only focus down to about 2 feet, the parallax issues are greatly reduced.
Aside from that upgrade, this the same Onestep 2 as before. Exposure control, self-timer, tripod socket, flash disable are all here. Pretty much everything you need in a Polaroid, really. It does not have a "bulb" mode like some of the instax cameras, which is the one feature I think I can't really find a work around for. And you can do multiple exposure shots by keeping the shutter button held down after you take a shot, turning the camera off, releasing the shutter button and turning the camera back on.
If you've used any Polaroid camera before, this camera will be very familiar. The Lithim-ion battery is very good, lasting between 15-20 packs of film which is far more than most people go through in a few months. (you should probably charge it before any big events, of course, but it will keep up with you.) I kind of wish the camera could draw power from the built-in batteries in 600 type film, but I get that adds complexity.
There is some strong competition in the instant photography market right now with Fuji Instax and especially their new square format. I will say, however, that Polaroid photos are still larger and their color rendition is more pleasing (though perhaps less "true to to life" - depending on how you shoot). I also greatly prefer their black and white films over Instax.
Yes, the film is more expensive per shot (even i-type), but you can take advantage of Polaroid Originals' loyalty program to save some money. They also do some amazing limited edition frames and emulsions like duochromes.
We returned the item in exchange for the same product and the one that we were sent also had issues. My wife went to take a pictur and pushed the button to stop the flash and now the button is stuck. My wife barely even tapped down on the button. We are very displeased with our experience and will be requesting a full refund. My wife is disappointed as she was very much looking forward to finally having this product as it’s been some time that she has been wanting one. Should have maybe done my research on this product.