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Cant find out where i can buy film and what the film is named

Polaroid i-zone. passport photos. cant find anywhere that sells the film

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  • Anonymous Nov 11, 2007

    Hi-I bought an I-zone pocket camera many years ago at Reggies and am desperately trying to find where I can buy it's films again as Reggies cannot help me.The only specs at the back are 0.6-2.4m.2-8ft

    It would be great if someone could inform me as to where to purchase the films.


    My e-mail address is:[email protected]



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Try e-bay, I just found lots of film and cameras.

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Type polaroid 500 into Ebay bar in your country to find offers.

Regarding Fuji, this is the most similar product (Australia), I am not sure they work on captiva, some seller sells them for polaroid 500
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I would order just one Fuji pack, to test it, I was in your shoes, if it does not work get a good provision of Polaroid 500 from ebay.

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