In 1997, Polaroid reissued their plastic-bodied 600 cameras with a more modern, rounded trim. The Polaroid OneStep Express camera is otherwise the same as the earlier One Step Flash, with a built-in flash and a sliding close-up lens. It came in various color schemes, most common being the pictured green & grey and navy blue & grey.
The Polaroid OneStep Express sports a single-element 116mm plastic lens, fixed focus of 4 feet (2 feet with the close-up lens in place), electronic shutter, programmed automatic exposure and a built-in electronic flash.
The Polaroid OneStep Express works with all of Impossible’s 600 film.