Polaroid Originals' New OneStep Plus Can Be Used With Your Smartphone

Bluetooth capabilities have arrived.

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Polaroid Originals (formerly The Impossible Project) unveiled its OneStep 2 camera last year, which introduced a modern take to its analog predecessor. Now, the brand has taken the iconic camera further into the digital era with the OneStep Plus. Embracing its classic rainbow stripe, the design retains its signature boxy shape while adding in Bluetooth synching capabilities which can pair with your smartphone via an app. The technology allows users to take more control of their photos through double exposure, manual mode and light painting features, as well as a noise and remote trigger. The updated camera also includes a second lens for its own version of  “Portrait Mode” for sharper images and is compatible with 600 and i-Type film.

Retailing for $160 USD, the OneStep Plus is available at Polaroid’s website now. For more Polaroid inspiration, take a look at photographer Wim Wenders’ work.

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