Question about Polaroid 600 Film Camera
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.
The battery packs in these are integrated into the film pack and not replaceable separately.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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