Question about Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The battery is in the film pack. The one600 doesn't use any other type of battery except what comes with the film. Either the film is really old and the battery died or it's defective. If the film is relatively new and you haven't been able shoot all 10 shots, then you might call the manufacturer for a replacement. Otherwise, I'd buy a new film pack.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
The battery is built into the photo pack and cannot be replaced
separately. All Polaroid photo packs are now long out of date and most
have flat batteries so are useless unless the camera is converted to
accept an external 6v dc power supply.
Alternatively check out The Impossible Project for compatible alternative photo packs: monochrome only, just eight shots per pack and the images are unpredictable and tend to fade, but they're the only other choice if you don't want to convert your camera. The product is rapidly improving though and later this year the company plans to release colour photo packs as well.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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