When you’re one of thousands of booths at a show as big as CES, you need to stand out—like, really stand out—to get foot traffic. Polaroid knows that and they were able to pull it off with their fun booth at CES: a giant OneStep 2 camera, huge film boxes, colorful display, and awesome products.
The $99.99 OneStep 2 camera features a fixed-focus lens, a built-in flash, easy USB charging, a self-timer (for selfies!), and a battery that lasts up to 60 days. This analog instant camera works with new Polaroid Originals i-Type and 600 instant film.
The $199.99 Polaroid Pop instant digital camera allows you to shoot and print full-color 3.5 x 4.25-inch photos. You can even edit and enhance your photos with filters, stickers, and doodles before printing them. The Pop can also capture 1080p full HD video or GIFs. Save your photos and videos by connecting the Pop to a mobile device via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The $179.99 Polaroid Snap Touch features a 3.5” LCD screen that allows you to zoom, record HD video, set the timer, or add filters, borders, and stickers to your photo or video even before shooting. When you’re done, you can print 2×3 prints (on a peel-back adhesive paper) with the built-in instant printer.
Polaroid also showcased two new 3D pens for the European market.The Polaroid FAST Play features three interchangeable nozzles that allow you to experiment with three different design techniques using the Polaroid PLA filament. Meanwhile, the Polaroid ROOT Play 3D pen lets you create beautiful 3D models in real wood (it uses three different wood finishes).