What polaroid camera has the cheapest film

Question

Can anyone recommend me the best polaroid camera that has the cheapest film? I need a polaroid camera that won’t cost me too much money lol, films are very expensive and I need something that has the best quality but that won’t cost me too much….

What polaroid camera has the cheapest film

Question was Answered by: Giselle Bale

The best polaroid camera that has the cheapest film is a Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant Camera

Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant Camera

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  1. Takes clear, instant pictures at the push of a button
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  3. Built-in automatic flash
  4. Requires Polaroid 600 format film

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Jennifer Potato :3

where can i get this

Sophort

Here: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NS1JX60

Jennifer Potato :3

thank you ^^

Piano Flare

Thank you! I will use this information when I get film!

Ray Gun

I got one for Christmas n I'm in love with it

MrsSweetheart102

I have a question. I have a 'supposedly' new Polaroid 600 close up, I inserted the film correctly and it didn't work, I did it again and the film came out half way, so i had to pull it out. I took a picture but it didnt work until I took out and inserted the film pack again. i didnt even get to close the bottom bc the picture was already coming out. and, once it, it was very light blue and gray. Is there something wrong with the camera or the film?

MrsSweetheart102

Thanks, I'll contact you through email. :D

Sophort

+MrsSweetheart102 Sure, we are PolaWalk on Facebook or you can email me at supportATpolawalk.com

MrsSweetheart102

+PolaWalk do you have facebook or an oovoo account? It's really hard to find someone who knows about this stuff and maybe when I get new film I can show you the problem?

Sophort

+MrsSweetheart102 Generally speaking the first thing the camera should do is automatically eject the black cardboard that's on the filmpack. Once you removed the filmpack from the camera it will be damaged if exposed to light. It sounds like the problem could be with the contacts of the camera or with the motor. But it is reaaaally hard to tell without actually seeing the problem. There are just so many things that could be the problem. Also a weak battery could be the problem if the film pack is older. Sorry :(

MrsSweetheart102

+PolaWalk Im sorry, I don't think I'll be able to Skype or buy a new film pack. I also want to let you know an extra detail of the polaroid pictures that I ended up having. There was a like drop of blue tint in the left white border of some of the picures I took, which was in the front bottom roller part of the camera. I used my phone's flashlight to see the inside of the camera and everything looks ok, there's nothing loose or broken. Is there anyway you can still help me? PS. do you have a facebook page or oovoo account? Maybe we can talk there?

Sophort

+MrsSweetheart102 Hmm, it sounds like it is a problem that's caused by the camera and not the film. Do you have a second film pack or an empty film pack? If you want we can schedule a Skype call some time next week and I can take look at what's going on :D It's possible that the camera just needs a few runs but it's also quite possible that the camera is not working properly.

MrsSweetheart102

I meant supposedly new bc I bought it on ebay and it was a mint (almost or in perfect condition) polaroid with manual, no scratches and was never used. I used impossible film that in the package date was september 2015 (idk if it expired then or if it was made on that date) ps. im so happy you replied! :)

Sophort

+MrsSweetheart102 Hey, depends, how old is the film? Is it Polaroid or Impossible film?

Lilla Varga

how many films can you put in the camera?

John S

I have a Polaroid Autofocus 660, and something is wrong with it. I loaded the correct 600 film correctly, and the black card ejected when I loaded a new pack of film, so the mechanics seem to be working, but when I press the red button, it does not take the picture, and the film does not eject. I can see a red light through the viewfinder, and I hold the red button down halfway, and wait for the red light to go off, then I hold the button down all the way, to take the picture, but nothing happens when I do this. I have read the manual and am following all directions, so I am not sure why it is not taking pictures. I would greatly appreciate any advice. Again, when I inserted a new pack of film, ( i am not sure what it is called) but the black card that ejected when you closed the lid in the video, ejected properly for me, so I would think that there shouldn't be any issues mechanically with ejecting my film, so perhaps it is something with a spring or something within the camera for the red button? I am not sure, I bought it for 5 bucks at an antique store, but I paid like $23 dollars for the film, so I am pretty disappointed that it didn't work.

a1967lavalamp

what powers the camera and flash the film? spring?

Sophort

a1967lavalamp It's a battery that comes with the film pack!

Nameless xox

this is an old video but, where did you get the film canister from? (the container you put into the Polaroid)

Sophort

www.shop.sophort.com :D

Enrique Aguilar

Does this need a battery???

Sophort

The battery comes with the film pack!

Garrett

The film holder, box, canister... Not sure what it's called but it holds the film while in camera.. I need to find one and need help to the exact one im seeing many on eBay but don't know which i need

Sophort

What camera do you have and why would you need the film pack? Thomas

ilwakoman

Hello i need help un México autores said that Polaroid 600 series is no more available, do u know were i can get this iones?

Sophort

We ship them worldwide: www.shop.polawalk.com

TERRAMOUNT

love it!

Stefano Sisto

Hello :) i have a question... if i buy one pack from Impossible to try my polaroid, can i eject it from polaroid if the polaroid doesn't work? Sorry for my bad english... !

Adrián Perez

Yep, forgot that!

Sophort

+Adrián „Mixed Gammer“ You could reinsert the darkslide in the darkroom then you won't sacrifice a shot. But the whole process is more something that you do when you don't have a choice, it's not something I'd recommend doing on a regular basis :D

Adrián Perez

+Stefano Sisto Well, if the dark slide didn't eject, yes, but if it did eject, NO (if you really want to take it out and the dark slide ejected, you can thake it out in the dark and put it in another camera, but you will sacrifice another exposure.

BCVJ BAUM

Hey ! I just got a Polaroid 636 close up and I would like to know if this Film can work with the camera (here is the link: http://www.fnac.com/Film-POLAROID-600-Couleur-Edition-Cadre-colores/a7780751/w-4) and if it integrates the battery. Thank you for your video.

Sophort

+BCVJ BAUM Yes it is, we also have a shop, check it out if you like: www.shop.polawalk.com

Catnibz

Hi! What is the difference from Polaroid 600/690 and the Instant Film Polaroid that looks like the P600?

Catnibz

Yep. Ordering a P600 in your shop. But in December or its my dad finding one. Thanks (^~^)

Sophort

+Catnibz I am not 100% sure on which camera you are referring, but all those box-type cameras are pretty much the same, they differ mainly on how they look like. There's not a big difference in quality. Does that help?

Alyssa Mae Aban

Omg I Like Your Camera' s *pout ^^

Alyssa Mae Aban

I wish I Have That TT^TT

Sophort

+Catnibz Yay!

Catnibz

Philippines bro. Im going to buy one in December. EMOJEH :DDD

Sophort

+Catnibz True that :D rates are quite reasonable. Where are you at?

Catnibz

Wait, you guys ship worldwide? YESH.

Sophort

+Alyssa Mae Aban :D You can buy them here: www.shop.polawalk.com (we ship worldwide)

sayno34

My Polaroid is completely different I don't have a film protector the guy I got it off on eBay didn't have one

Sophort

+sayno34 What camera do you have? You can buy them and install them afterwards. More info here: http://www.shop.polawalk.com/product/frog-tongue-box

Sophort

Hey Gabe, the only way to tell is trying. Put it in the camera and see if it works. Battery can be dead or chemicals dried out. But worth a try tough.

Omorose Aighewi

What does it mean when no film comes out of the camera when I try to take a picture but shows the flash and makes the sound?

Thomas Preyer

+Omorose Aighewi I don't thinks so, because in that case it wouldn't make any sound or flash firing wouldn't work. It might be the pick arm in the camera that's not working properly. It's there to push the picture out of the camera. I would suggest searching the web for pick arm problems and go from there. Flickr is usually a good source. Hope you find something.

Omorose Aighewi

it was brand new film. do you think i just put in the film wrong?

Sophort

+Omorose Aighewi The highest likely scenario is, that your film is empty. Each film has only 10 (Polaroid) or 8 (The Impossible Project) photos. Good news, your camera is probably fine. If you know that there is film left in the camera the news wouldn't be that good.

Sophort

Martha Victoria: Technically they are the same, they have the same functions and you wouldn't find a difference in using them. Just the name and maybe a little bit the style is different.

Max Nadeau

Sophort

Sophort

No, you need "The Impossible Project" 600 film or Polaroid 600 film (no longer available)

Cristhian Medranda

+PolaWalk I just ordered a sun 600 camera, will 779 film work ?

Gyle Gustove

This is by far the best polaroid camera with the cheapest film

Martha Victoria

Hey! Do you know what's different between the "autofocus 660" camera and the "Sun 660 autofocus" one?

Nikisha R. Julien

Hello everyone can you help me fix my polaroid 600 it cannot take picture. It does not want to. What to do? Please thanks

Nikisha R. Julien

+PolaWalk :( thanks anyway. no nothing happens. Too bad

Sophort

+Nikisha R. Julien So when you press the shutter it does nothing? Then it's probably defective. The problem is, that the chances are high, that a new camera is actually cheaper than repairing yours. Sorry for not having better news.

Nikisha R. Julien

Hello. Yes I do have a film in it.

Sophort

+Nikisha R. Julien Hey, first of all, do you have film? Did you insert the film in the camera, because the battery to power the camera is in the film cartridge.

Birdocalypse

Lol you put the dark slide in backwards

Sophort

It doesn't make a difference on how you re-insert the darkslide.

Brandon maise

What is mostly love about this Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant Camera is that is has the cheapest films

Pamm Ramos

if I buy the color film and the silver film and I put, let's say the silver film into my camera, take a picture, but decide I want to switch to my color film for another picture, am I able to take the remainder of the silver film out of the camera without damaging it in any way and putting in the color film? I know that when you put it in, the protector automatically spits out like you said but is there a way for me to replace it over the film when I switch films?

Sophort

Hi , it can be done but it's not a simple task. You would've to enter a dark room (no windows!), remove the film cassette and then you have to re-enter the darkslide on the film. I would suggest practicing with an empty cassette or not doing it. And the room hast to be completely dark! There is a video that explains it in detail: https://blog.the-impossible-project.com/swapping-film-packs

Pamm Ramos

Hi., How long can a film be inside the camera and where do I find the expiration date?

Sophort

Impossible films have a production date, not an expiration date and they recommend to use their film within in a year and store the film cool in the meantime (fridge, basement). But do not FREEZE the film. I would try to use film within a cameras as soon as possible but my experience was, that you should use it within 3 months or so. But be aware that later photos might look different.

TheMatocat

can I use instax film ?

Sophort

This Polaroid camera uses "The Impossible Project" film, produced by a company that took on producing instant film. There are instant cameras produced by Fuji, film only works for their system, so they are not interchangeable.

MiiMaselfAndI

What are The diferences between this camera and the "Sun 660 AF 600 camera" and the "80's style 600 camera B condition"? I Dont know wich One to Buy

Sophort

Hey, there are only minor differences. This is a fixed focus camera and the Sun 660 is an autofocus camera. Honestly, get the one you like best from the looks :) Amongst the three of them you won't recognize a big difference in quality. Hope that helped!

Theworldisfulofcrazy

I have the polaroid 600 business edition, you know where I can get cheap film?

Sophort

Hey, you can get film in our shop if you are located in Europe www.shop.polawalk.com/products/films You need 600 film. There is color and B&W film. Learn more about the film: What Film Do I Need? - Tutorial: How To Use A Polaroid 600 Camera Polaroid is no longer producing film. Film for your camera is produced by "The Impossible Project". You can also check https://shop.the-impossible-project.com/stores for a nearby store.

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