If you’re on the lookout for a special camera to capture your favorite moments this summer, take a look at this new Polaroid. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park, analog camera creator Retrospekt has partnered with Parks Project and the Grand Canyon Conservancy for a limited edition Polaroid 600 instant film camera.
The design of the official Polaroid-licensed product arrives in retro-style orange, blue and purple hues. To commemorate one of the United States’ most iconic locations, the body features artwork inspired by the park’s centennial as well as the numbers “1919-2019” symbolizing 100 years of the landmark. The product comes with built-in flash and is compatible with Polaroid’s 600 film.
While Parks Project will be donating all proceeds to America’s national parks, Retrospekt will be giving an additional 5-percent from the sale of each camera directly to the Grand Canyon Conservancy. Head over to Parks Project’s web store to purchase your own Grand Canyon Polaroid camera, currently retailing at $160 USD.
In case you missed it, Polaroid also released a collaboration with Stranger Things.
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POLA-RAD! Your eyes are not deceiving you – that’s a vintage @Polaroid, rewrapped Parks Project-style to celebrate the @GrandCanyonNPS Centennial. AND it’s completely functional, having been restored and refurbished with original components by the tinkerers @Retrospekt_. We were only able to make 100, so grab yours today and never let go! Photos courtesy of @Retrospekt_ #radparks #findyourpark