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Polaroid 203 camera using polaroid 669 vs Fugifilm FP100C

I get pretty good pictures using the 669 film for my passport picture business. Since 669 is going away, I have been trying the Fugifilm FP-100C. The problem I have is the picture is too light and some of my photo's are being rejected. The camera has some setting adjustments, but I'm not sure what to do. Thanks for your help, Roy

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Polaroid 600 Camera, won't take a picture.


How old is the film in it?

Polaroid film packs have a battery included (a polarpulse powercell, I think).

If its an old film, the battery can go flat and as far as I'm aware there's no way to get power in to it.

I would take the cartridge out, (effectively not use the last shot), try a new cartridge to see if its working properly, then send the old cartridge back to Polaroid, if you think its faulty.

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Rejected passport pictures


The marks are probably a result of the chemical process that occurs to make the image appear on the Polaroid paper. While not visible to the naked eye, the process of scanning that the consulate is using is able to detect more than what is merely visible on the picture. This added detected "information" is showing up on the scan output, rendering it unusable.

You will probably not be able to submit an acceptable picture on any Polaroid instant film paper to the consulate for this reason. Most photography studios off instant passport pictures for about $10 - $20. AAA used to offer a deal of this, but it's been a long time since I needed a passport picture, but check with them first if you are a member. Just make sure you can get a picture that meets the technical requirements (size, color, etc.) of the consulate before having the picture(s) taken.

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The battery in the film pack may be dead, or the camera is broken. Take the film pack out and replace it. If the camera does not reset then the camera is gone.

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Possible you got a bad film cassette. In the original Polaroid camera packs they had batteries which actually powered the whole camera. The batteries may be dead or not have much charge in them. They are good for a couple years and as you indicate the expiration is up in another month... Good luck

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The film is expired, may be temperature or hummidity spolied before the actual date. Sorry.

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Pictures have brown instead of color look, why


You have a bad film pack. Replacing the film pack with a new one should fix the problem. Nothing in the camera can change the color of a picture. The camera can over expose pictures (wash out the picture), under expose pictures (dark pictures), or the picture can be out of focus (blurry).

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coachq:

I guess the films are over-aged!
I had many film cameras and two polaroid's. the latter for instant needs. but frankly, with cheap DC's available today, whoelse need a polaroid that films are expensive and difficult to get?

my advice: trash it!

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HI: I once owned a polaroid similar to your unit. the film comes with batteries to power the camera. Once the film is loaded the camera should be active. Good luck.zeffy57@aol.com

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