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Does a Polaroid One Step Flash camera take batteries? We can't seem to find where to install them.

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The power comes form the film cartridge.

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The flash on my polaroid i1035 camera had been working fine... but now will not work at all... I had tried new batteries but this does not seem to fix the problem. any advice would be apprecated.


The flash bulb is probably the problem, or it could be the high voltage capacitor that triggers the bulb, or the transformer that charges the capacitor. The bulb is the most likely cause but should be checked.

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The flash on my polaroid t831 is too bright. it


set auto white balance, or use a small paper in front of camera, seems like your camera is defective.

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I have a Polaroid t1031 Digital camera that I've only had since last Christmas. It has never been dropped or mishandled. However, the flash no longer works on it? The flash doesn't seem to be physically...


Sometimes the flash will be disabled when the battery is low in order to save power. Charge the battery fully and start up the camera.

At the top of the display, second from the left, you should see a symbol that contains a lightning bolt. This indicates the flash setting. Press the right side of the circular button until the symbol matches the picture on that button (just the bolt, no eye or A or anything). Now the flash is set to forced on. Try taking a picture.

If the flash still is not going off, something is broken. Call Polaroid. They may replace it if you have a receipt (as long as it's not refurbished or over a year old).

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POLAROID ONE STEP EXPRESS INSTANT CAMERA


there is no battery in the camera. the battery comes from the film. the film has a battery in it already. you MUST have film in the camera for the light to go on and the flash to go off. all polaroid camera's are the same. you must have the film in the camera for it to work.

Jan 15, 2009 | Polaroid OneStep Express Instant Camera

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Help with Polaroid 600 film choices & how to use One Step Cameras


the flash will work when you put film in. the film has a battery and the camera works off the battery in the film. the arrows make the picture dark or light.
the polaroid spectra onyx made in 1987 is a totally sharp and beautiful looking camera. you also can put filters on the front of it. this camera was used by law enforcement many years ago so it is made very steardy and well. i own one myself and the pictures are perfect everytime. look this camera up on Ebay, you will not be disappointed.

also, here is a website for you to look up film information
polaroids.theskeltons.org

this website will have everything you need and more

Jan 03, 2009 | Photography

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Batteries are used up too quickly.


I've had that very same problem with it, too. I'd recommend a couple of things for it.

A) Try to take fewer photos that require a flash as that REALLY drains the batteries, and

B) Try installing a memory card for your photos. I got one that was about $10 at WalMart, and I'm not sure WHY, but it seems to have made the camera drain less quickly.

Also, if you download pictures from your camera to your PC, unplug it right after you download. For some odd reason, leaving it plugged into my computer has seemed to make the batteries weak as well.

Finally, I'd just get a big, cheap package of AAAs (Ray-o-vac tends to be the cheapest.) from WalMart or wherever, because this is just a cheap camera, and I guess when all is said and done, you get what you pay for. :P

Dec 30, 2008 | Polaroid A530 Digital Camera

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Got a problem.


The battery is in the film pack. Try replacing the pack with a fresh one.

Mar 13, 2008 | Polaroid One Instant Camera

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Polaroid one step camera


You don't! They're actually built in to the film pack.

Mar 02, 2008 | Polaroid OneStep AutoFocus Instant Camera

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Can I use my Fun! Flash 640 digital camera with other software applications?


Yes, you can use your Polaroid Fun! Flash digital camera with many popular image-editing software applications. The Fun! Flash is TWAIN-compliant and comes with its own image acquisition software, which is automatically installed when you install PhotoMAX. Just open your image-editing software and select Polaroid Fun! Flash as your acquisition source.

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