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How cheap can you get the film for a polaroid 600 and where


There is, and never has been, cheap film for the Polaroid 600, it was always an expensive way to take photos. If you see it cheaply online then it's usually unusable and a waste of money, but usually it sells for ridiculously high prices.

Original Polaroid 600 film is long-expired and a real gamble as the chemicals may have leaked or dried out and the built-in battery is usually flat. Refrigerated photo packs will definitely have dead batteries as cold kills them even faster.

There is only one supplier of freshly manufactured compatible film now, The Impossible Project. You can buy direct from the company or from a few other suppliers, but the few retail stockists worldwide tend to charge a lot more for it as people will pay for the convenience of instant gratification.

Please read all the information you can on the company website before ordering as there are some important differences between their products and the original Polaroid-manufactured material. The main differences are that you only get 8 photos per pack, not 10, and that the material must be sheltered from light as it develops. It's also not anywhere near as fade resistant, so either scan the images you wish to retain or buy their new Dry Age kit which dries out the chemicals in the photo so they're no longer active. The colour film also uses different dyes so will not look the same as the original colour images.

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Where can I buy the films. please.


Other than a few overpriced online suppliers, you don't. APS film is an obsolete system and is no longer manufactured. Even if you do find some, it's likely to be stale as it's all long out of date now and it can be tricky to find a lab which can now process it.

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Were can you buy film .


Original Polaroid film ceased production a few years ago and so remaining stocks are all so long out of date that the built-in camera batteries are either totally dead or have just enough power to eject the cover slide before failing. There are suppliers of old stock film on sites like eBay, but unless you have modified your camera to take an external 6v dc power supply then you'll be wasting your money. Some suppliers claim the film has been kept fresh via refrigerated storage, but this only extends the life of the photo chemicals: cold storage kills batteries even more quickly.

There is one company, The Impossible Project, which has recently started to produce film for your camera with the approval of Polaroid. Their product only has eight shots per pack instead of the original ten, and currently it's only available in black and white but colour film is planned for production in the near future.

I hope that I've helped, if so please take a moment to rate my answer.

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Use the regular 35 mm films, if you can find them.
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there should be an option for auto cleaning the printer, if you can't find it, look in the manual
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What are you looking for???? The whole unit or the heating element with the fixing film or just the film it self??? The whole unit can be fould along with the other parts on th web. Look up copier parts.....

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i think it means the film hasn't loaded properly. I had this and opened up the back and the film hadn't wound so it wasn't exposed. Anyway i just wound the film around a bit and shut the back and it turned on like normal. hope this helps. 

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