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Item Polaroid Now+ Kit w/Filter Set
My Location USA
I've run a total of 2 packs through this camera. It's cool and fun, has a good rechargable battery and a color filter kit which works with the B&W polaroid packs. I just don't want to have two...
Interesting if a little flawed (other still companies do make mechanical cameras so that annoyed me) but its an ad/promo so I'll let them off... what was most fascinating was that they grabbed a couple of ex old Olympus engineers to help...
Still fairly limited for what it is... 'bright lens'...
First three test shots out of the pack.
First one was taken in room temp, developed fine. The other two were taken in 0C / 32F but I had the camera inside my jacket and also placed the ejected film right into a inside pocket. The third one obviously, taken right after the second one, hasn't...
I am looking to get a Polaroid camera and film as a late Christmas gift for my brother.
Polaroid Now can use i-Type batteryless film which a tiny bit cheaper. But the cameras cost more, being newer and having slightly more electronics in them.
Polaroid 600-series plastic nonfoldables (just...
This SX-70 Sonar was modified to use 600 film some 20 years ago, easy job- remove the rim over the Electric Eye and take out the ND filter. Use 1-notch towards darken. The SX-70 Sonar can use the 119a Telephoto Lens for a 1.5x magnification. The SLR680 and SLR690 CANNOT use it. Putting the...
Got out and had a chance to use the Duochrome Yellow today.
SX-70 with ND4 attached to the lens (Mint SX-70 Lens Kit).
Chua Linh Son Buddhist Temple and WatLao Buddhist Temple
Scans are not as sharp as the actual prints.
Thought this was impressive - Jamie Livingstone took 6,697 polaroid photos between 1979-1997 - https://mentalfloss.com/article/18692/he-took-polaroid-every-day-until-day-he-died
Links to a site of all scanned photos, more info on his pics & an exhibition put on by his friends in the article.
To get into gear with instant again before the MiNT InstantKon RF70 arrives, I took out the OneStep2 (and the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass, but that's a different thread) to try my hand on evening colours.
I had been in two minds about the Polaroid Originals latest colour film, but quite fond of...
Here is the first shot, no edits made. I did use one of the flashes from the ancient flash bars that came with the camera, there is a lamp above this machine, so maybe I didn't need the flash. First shot from a new to me camera and first box of the new film. I'm impressed!
This is a my first decent shot with this film and spectra camera combo. The camera I bought off Ebay has some issues with it, the rollers jammed which meant I had to open the film door, and I think this ended up flashing the rest of the exposures, the first three shots were completely ruined...