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I have 600 film for my polaroid One Step Flash camera... and the film is in a little black box and is in a kind of consetina. How do I get that onto the thing that slides out of the camera? Any ideas?
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Throw away the camera and buy a digital one.

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Polaroid has not manufactured film for 600 cameras in about 5 years now. The only current source is The Impossible Project, which gives 8 shots per pack, black and white images only, and they tend to fade rather quickly. You can find and order online by searching the name. The Polaroid versions available are no longer really usable because the batteries are drained, film has expired and chempaks have oxidized.

It'd be highly unlikely to get in-date Polaroid film, since the last they made was in 2006, expiring in 2009. It's likely you got some that's been repackaged by an unreputable dealer and it's got an expired battery pack. Or, you've gotten something completely uncompatable with a 600 camera. If your film says anything except 600 on the pack, it's not the same thing - ie 669, 667, 668, etc.

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Again, the only CURRENT, in-date, usable film for Polaroid 600 is made by TIP, available thru their website. There are some scumbags out there online selling old Polaroid film they've re-dated and selling it as current and fresh film - it is not. The newest Polaroid brand film expired in 2009. Buyer beware.

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I Have a polaroid 600 camera and whenever i take pictures WITHOUT the flash the picture comes out distorted, is there a way to solve this?


Polaroid has not manufactured film for 600 cameras in about 5 years now. The only current source is The Impossible Project, which gives 8 shots per pack, black and white images only, and they tend to fade rather quickly. You can find and order online by searching the name. The Polaroid versions available are no longer really usable because the batteries are drained, film has expired and chempaks have oxidized.

It sounds like either your rollers are dirty or damaged, or your film/chempak is simply beyond it's useable life.

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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

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