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go to any thrift store, for ezample goodwill or salvation Army and see if you can find the old film cameras and buy rolls of film for your thrift store cameras, take your pix and develop them in 1 hour or less: NO WORRIES.
come on just take it to any store that sells batteries and some time they will open it up and sell you and install a new battery or just ask while out shopping and you see a battery display. I have had a large dept store do it for me and did not by a battery. There is a local small jewelry store that run a $3 coupon that right a $3.00 coup they will open and remove old and install new also if all fail read instuction if you saved them and last some time on the back of thr watch it will have the battery #.
If you have a changing bag, you can put the camera inside, open the back, remove the film, and rewind it by hand. You can also do the same in a darkroom (a photographic darkroom, not just a dark room). A good camera store can do it, though you'll probably also have to have the film processed there.
If you have any plans to use the camera in the future, you may as well invest in a battery now. You can take the battery out of the camera and set it aside to preserve the charge.
The camera you describe uses 35mm film and is not a digital camera. You need to take the film to a local film processor (most major stores like Target or Costco can process film) to have the film developed. You cannot directly transfer the pictures from the camera to your computer.
Polaroid manufactured their last run of film for that camera this summer,so go on the WEB and search Polaroid 600 film (or ask a a local camera store). If you really like this camera, you might buy some extra, nut you already know about the battery, so don't buy more than you will use before the expiration date. When the film is gone, the camera will be useless, unless someone like Fuji,who makes the film for the camera in Japan, decides to keep making it.
The battery is included in the film pack. If you open the film door you will see the battery contacts in the lower side of the compartment. These line up with the battery holes (looks like foil in the holes) in the film pack. If you have an old film pack and no power the battery in the old pack may be dead.