Recently a company called “Polaroid Originals” (formerly “The Impossible Project”) released a bran new version of the old Polaroid One-Step instant camera. Similar in many ways to the old ones, the new One-Step’s main difference is that it uses an internal battery for power, rechargeable via a USB port, instead of the film cartridge battery used in the old cameras. This means that old Polaroid 600 film which has sat on the shelf long enough for the battery to expire will still be usable. These new cameras use “i-type” film with no batteries, and it comes in various flavors, color, black and white, colored or textured borders, etc. These are a few test shots from the first pack of film shot through my new One-Step2. Hopefully many more to come.