The next Lego Ideas already leaked on the web. Here’s the first picture

The Lego fan community is abuzz after the first images of the latest set in the Lego Ideas series appeared online. This is a detailed reproduction of the famous Polaroid OneStep SX-70 camera. This new model, known by set number 21345, is a celebration of the ingenuity and creativity that characterizes classic instant cameras and the world of Lego constructions.

Lego Ideas Polaroid OneStep SX-70 (21345) set details

LEGO Polaroid OneStep 21345

  • Name: Polaroid OneStep SX-70 Camera
  • Set number: 21345
  • Release Date: January 1
  • Price: 79.99€
  • Number of Rooms : 516
  • Link: lego.com

Design & Features

The first image reveals a design that is true to the original, with its iconic colors and unmistakable shape. This model is a collector's item that will delight photography and Lego lovers. The set seems to offer an immersive building experience, with 516 pieces that promise to faithfully recreate the details of the famous Polaroid camera.

A Tribute to Instant Photography

This set is a true ode to the bygone era of instant photography. The Polaroid OneStep SX-70 camera is a symbol of the innovation of the 70s and remains an object of nostalgia for many. With this set, Lego Ideas pays homage to this classic of photography.

SEE THE LEGO IDEAS SET ON LEGO.COM

A long-awaited release

Announced for release on January 1, 2024, this set will be available for €79.99, a price that makes it accessible to a wide range of fans and collectors. Despite the lack of minifigures, the appeal lies in the construction itself and the iconic representation it offers.

Although Lego has yet to officially announce the set, these leaked images are an exciting promise of what's in store for builders and enthusiasts at the turn of the new year. With the Polaroid OneStep SX-70 Camera set, Lego Ideas continues to celebrate cultural icons and allow everyone to reconstruct a piece of history. Stay tuned for more details and get ready to capture a piece of photography history with this exceptional set.

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