Question about Polaroid MACRO 5 SLR Instant Camera
You don't. It's built into the photo packs which are no longer available. If you do find expired photo packs they will almost definitely have flat batteries (or very nearly so) by now even if the film itself has been kept fresh via refrigeration.
The camera needs to be converted to use an external power supply if you have ready access to expired photo packs.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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