Polaroid a new owner and a new product.
A crowdfunded start-up, which formerly licensed the brand for its instant-film cameras, is now in control.
And at Berlin’s Ifa tech show it unveiled the OneStep+ – its first app-controlled camera.
Chris Fox reports.
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