POLAROID ONESTEP EXPRESS 600; film tested and with Polaroid film option! Analog retro vintage action party camera! 093

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This 4th generation variant of the OneStep 600 Express from the 1990s has an adjustment switch to lighten or darken your photos as well as a close-up option. The camera is turned on by swinging the flash portion up to face forward. The light indicates that the flash is ready.

Although this camera is used, it has no noticeable scuffs or marks but the handle has broken off. I have tested and cleaned this camera and it works well; please see the test photo of my record player and my "Here You Come Again" record by Dolly Parton. When buying Polaroid film, be sure to buy the Polaroid 600 film and see my FAQ below. You can add a pack of fresh Polaroid film to this order for $20. Buy some extra packs or new tongue installation from my shop, too!

Please contact me if you have any questions, both before and after the sale, too. I do offer combined shipping to save on costs. All sales final, but please contact me if you have any questions. Thank you!


FAQs

If your camera is an "integral" camera (the photo ejects itself out), you can buy old and expired Polaroid film on ebay or other such sites. Expired film can be tricky but might also give you cool effects. You can buy fresh film for your 600 and SX-70 camera from the BRAND NEW Polaroid site. POLAROID is back and they have a brand new formula with the best and sharpest colors yet of the newer generations. That is the film that will ship with your camera if you select a film option. You can also buy extra packs from CoxCameras!

Polaroid and Impossible Project film for the 600 and SX-70s cameras contain the battery that powers the exposure, flash, and motor to eject the photo. You never need to buy batteries for these cameras and if you buy fresh film, you always have fresh batteries!

Yes! First-do not shake it! Second, once it ejects, put it in a dark place and keep it there for 45 minutes or so. The current formulas for this film require a good amount of time before it fully develops, so don't be alarmed if the photo is blue for several minutes. If you're shooting in the sun, do what you can to prevent the sun from hitting the photo when it's been ejected-full sun shining on the photo will make a difference in the quality of the final image. After you take the shot, turn around so the sun is behind you or move the camera upside-down in front of you so that you can hold the photo with its front on your shirt as it ejects. Lastly, read the paper that comes in the film pack. It's got all kinds of good info!

From the Polaroid website: "All Polaroid cameras we sell have a dark & light setting built on them. It’s either a wheel (SX-70, SLR 680) or a slider (600, Image/Spectra). Impossible’s instant film is a newly developed material. The ASA is a bit higher than the original film and therefor, it is important to put the settings in the following: Bright Sunlight: Polaroid 600 - slide to 1/4 in the dark Polaroid SX-70 - slide to 2/3 in the dark Polaroid Image/Spectra - slide to 1/4 in the dark Normal Daylight: Polaroid 600 - middle Polaroid SX-70 - slide to 1/3 in the dark Polaroid Image/Spectra - middle Shadow in Daylight: Polaroid 600 - slide 1/4 Polaroid SX-70 - middle Polaroid Image/Spectra - middle"

If this is a gift and you'd like it gift wrapped, let me know and we can work out the details. At the very least, let me know if you'd like me to enclose a packing slip that doesn't list the pricing.

If your camera is an "integral" camera (the photo ejects itself out), you can buy old and expired Polaroid film on ebay or other such sites. Expired film can be tricky but might also give you cool effects. You can buy fresh film for your 600 and SX-70 camera from the BRAND NEW Polaroid site. POLAROID is back and they have a brand new formula with the best and sharpest colors yet of the newer generations. That is the film that will ship with your camera if you select a film option. You can also buy extra packs from CoxCameras!

Polaroid and Impossible Project film for the 600 and SX-70s cameras contain the battery that powers the exposure, flash, and motor to eject the photo. You never need to buy batteries for these cameras and if you buy fresh film, you always have fresh batteries!

Yes! First-do not shake it! Second, once it ejects, put it in a dark place and keep it there for 45 minutes or so. The current formulas for this film require a good amount of time before it fully develops, so don't be alarmed if the photo is blue for several minutes. If you're shooting in the sun, do what you can to prevent the sun from hitting the photo when it's been ejected-full sun shining on the photo will make a difference in the quality of the final image. After you take the shot, turn around so the sun is behind you or move the camera upside-down in front of you so that you can hold the photo with its front on your shirt as it ejects. Lastly, read the paper that comes in the film pack. It's got all kinds of good info!

From the Polaroid website: "All Polaroid cameras we sell have a dark & light setting built on them. It’s either a wheel (SX-70, SLR 680) or a slider (600, Image/Spectra). Impossible’s instant film is a newly developed material. The ASA is a bit higher than the original film and therefor, it is important to put the settings in the following: Bright Sunlight: Polaroid 600 - slide to 1/4 in the dark Polaroid SX-70 - slide to 2/3 in the dark Polaroid Image/Spectra - slide to 1/4 in the dark Normal Daylight: Polaroid 600 - middle Polaroid SX-70 - slide to 1/3 in the dark Polaroid Image/Spectra - middle Shadow in Daylight: Polaroid 600 - slide 1/4 Polaroid SX-70 - middle Polaroid Image/Spectra - middle"

If this is a gift and you'd like it gift wrapped, let me know and we can work out the details. At the very least, let me know if you'd like me to enclose a packing slip that doesn't list the pricing.



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ATTN: Customers outside the USA might be subject to taxes, fees, VAT, customs, or duty fees added by your government. I have no control over those, I do not see that money, nor do I have any idea how much they are or when they are charged. Please be aware of the regulations of your country when you order.