Polaroid OneStep 2 in Norway

I just came back from an amazing work trip to Norway. What a beautiful country! I went together with Eric, and we had different jobs to do. It was great work together again and we see good opportunities for the future what made us very happy. I can’t share a lot at the moment, but there will be another Norway post coming soon where I will tell some more! For today, I would like to share my experience with the Polaroid OneStep 2 camera that I received right before we left. Great timing :)

The fun thing about the populair  Polaroid camera is that they are very easy to use. Just point, shoot and print.

This new model has a microUSB port for charging the flash and it has orange LEDs that show you how many shots you’ve got left. There are 8 photos in one pack of I-type film. I received both colour and black-and-white film, but for this trip I preferred the colour film to capture the amazing landscapes of Norway!

At the image left above this text, I used the tripod thread on the bottom of the camera to try the 8sec timer button to make a picture of us together. This  is a nice function and it worked very good.

As you can see in the image above, you can tweak the strength of the flash with the yellow flip switch underneath the viewfinder. The most of the time I turned the flash to the lowest option. There is also an option to shoot without any flash, but it’s not recommend by Polaroid.

The camera is very lightweight so it was in my bag all the time, waiting for the perfect moment to capture memories!

The Polaroid OneStep 2 VF is available in graphite and white and will cost around €119. The film is available for around €16-€20 and there are different options like colour, black-and-white and more creative frames.