The OneStep2 is a camera by Polaroid Originals, after they rebranded (previously they were the Impossible Project). It uses the original film format, that's prints a square picture with a white frame.
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Pro Classic, attractive design
This camera's design is inspired in Polaroid's Land Camera 1000, reinventing its iconic shape and details such as the big red button and rainbow colors (represented here by the logo - the Land Camera had a full rainbow stripe).
Pro Can use the cheaper, battery-less i-Type film
The OneStep 2 can use Polaroid Original's Color 600 film (that comes with a battery in the film pack) or i-Type film (without battery, cheaper). The reason why this camera can use the i-Type film is because it has a built-in rechargeable (via USB) battery, avoiding the need for one in the film pack. This means you can save some money by using the cheaper film.
Con Price per picture is high
Even when using the i-Type film, the price per picture will be $2, since a pack of 8 costs $16.