More than a year after launching the OneStep+ camera, Polaroid has brought a brand new Polaroid camera-Polaroid Now.
Polaroid Now has a new autofocus lens that largely solves the problem of out of focus. However, the foreign media The Verge found that the autofocus system sometimes fails to correctly select the focus subject.
Polaroid Now also lacks a major selling point of its predecessor OneStep+. OneStep+ can be paired with a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth to realize remote control function, and different camera modes can be selected through the App. But this kind of interaction is lost on Polaroid Now. Instead, Polaroid Now provides a new button-press once for selfie, press twice for multiple exposure mode.
Polaroid Now uses i-Type film, and the LED counter on the back can tell you the number of remaining films.
In addition, Polaroid Now has a built-in battery that can be charged through the Micro-USB interface. According to Polaroid officials, up to 15 boxes of film can be used on a single charge.
IT Home is informed that Polaroid Now is priced at $99, which is $60 cheaper than OneStep+. There are two colors of black and white.
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