- Multiple shooting modes
- Compact, lightweight design
- Option to save shots to microSD
- Disappointing photo quality
Like other Zink cameras, the Kodak Step is let down a little by its photo and print quality, which can’t match Instax rivals. It’s more compact and portable than those cameras though, and this is a versatile instant camera option for those on a budget.
Instant cameras were once the domain of Polaroid, and now are dominated by Fujifilm’s Instax, but that’s not the only game in town – and historic camera rival Kodak has its own offering.
Unlike Instax, the Kodak Step camera doesn’t shoot on true film. Instead, this is a simple digital camera that prints to Zink sheets – an inkless form of printing that produces compact, sticky-backed prints.
Design and build
- Simple plastic design
- Available in white or black
- Magnetic lens cover
The Step is a simple, compact camera, and this is one of its biggest strengths. Thanks to the choice to print to Zink, this is smaller than just about any Instax camera on offer, making it super portable.
Unlike the similar Step printer, this doesn’t come in a range of colours, and instead you’re limited to a choice of white or black for the matt plastic build.