Best Buy's deals of the day feature the Polaroid Originals OneStep 2 VF analog instant film camera on sale for $59.99. That's $30 off its regular price. B&H has the next best price at $80, but most retailers like Adorama are selling it for $90 or more. This deal only applies to the Summer Blue version of the camera. The other available color, White, is still selling at that $90 street price.
Instantly produce your photos. Has a high-quality zoom lens and a vacuum discharge tube strobe flash for multiple lighting conditions. Self-timer lets you do group photos. The camera's battery lasts up to 60 days. Comes with neck strap, too.
$90.00 $30 off
This is not some super-advanced feature-rich 8K camera for the photography enthusiast. You are not going to secure your dream job at National Geographic with this camera. Let's be realistic about what we're dealing with. This is a camera for fun. For capturing moments as they happen and sharing them instantly with the friends around you. It's a retro camera for taking you back in time to the 1980s where you had to shake your picture to get it to reveal faster and the best way to store photos was a shoebox. It's a camera when you're in your car listening to music and the line "Shake it like a Polaroid picture!" makes your kids go "What's a Polaroid?"
Get instantly produced photographs using i-Type and Polaroid 600 film. The camera uses optical-grade polycarbonate and an acrylic-coated lens with a 106mm focal length, which is just a fancy way of saying you'll get good pictures and you can focus on a subject as close as 23.6 inches thanks to the autofocus zones. You can also take photos in a variety of lighting conditions thanks to the strobe flash.
Use your camera for up to 60 days on a single charge of the battery. It also easily recharges so you can keep it going for a long time.
Other features include a neck strap for convenience and a self-timer function that lets you set up for group photos. The camera is backed by a one-year warranty.
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