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Battery installation I have an old polaroid onestep flash camera and need to find out if it requires a battery for the flash. i'm sorry i don't know the model. the front of the camera when open has a orange strip and it has a switch that indicates 4ft and flips to 2-4 ft. it also has a slide switch that shows a black arrow and a white arrow. thank you for your help. cara

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The batteries are usually built in to the film case and get replaced every time you buy a new film.

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