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Why is my polaroid one600 film developing with a redish tint?

I have a polaroid one600 classic camera and i use the right film for it- but i've recently been taking pictures that have been developing with a redish tint instead of the bright, vibrant colors they used to have. HELP! I want to take beatiful pictures again!

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I can't get my One600 polaroid to activate by ejecting the initial black paper.. and it sounds and feels like it's taking a photo but won't eject photos. What could be wrong?

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Probably expired

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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Classic polaroid camera don't know how to tell if it works


All film pack contain a 6v battery pack. It sounds like this one had only enough power to charge the flash and turn on the green ready light. There may not be enough power left to take the picture and eject the film. You will need to try a new film pack which will have a new battery.

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How do you insert the film?


Hello,

Here is a link to a manual for this camera. Loading film is on Page 2.

http://store.polaroid.com/media/document/one600jobpro_ug.pdf

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I was wondering if about the flash feature.


Hi Amber,

Yes, you would need film. The film pack contains the battery that powers the camera.

For reference, see:

http://www.polaroid.com/media/document/one600jobpro_ug.pdf

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I wanted to ask a question. How does a Polaroid work?


Yes, the battery for these cameras is in the film pack. The idea was that you always get a fresh battery with fresh film.

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Where can I find One600 film, NOT online?


you said not online meaning you dont wish to shop online or you could not find it online...well anyway this is Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=polaroid+600+film&x=13&y=22

Amazon is safe and well know and used

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Polaroid One600 Classic camera won't take pictures


Maybe battery is working but barely. Try using another film pack. Make sure usin a new film pack something like Impossible Project 600 Film packs.


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Anyway unless you are a collector or it has some sentimental value I would move to one of these new Instant Cameras . These cameras work better and new Polaroid film and Instax film are way better. Twice or more cheaper too.

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Battery


The battery is in the film pack.  It doesn't use any other type of battery.

Apr 08, 2008 | Polaroid One600 Ultra Instant Camera

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