Question about Polaroid One600 Pro Instant Camera
Original Polaroid film ceased production a few years ago and so remaining stocks are all so long out of date that the built-in camera batteries are either totally dead or have just enough power to eject the cover slide before failing.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.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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