Excellent all around, may be hard to find film. Otherwise perfect!
5 June 2011
Summary: Bought this for a friend but I have heard from him that he is very pleased with the camera in every way except that he's having a hard time finding film for it. I suspect that it's probably not that hard to find, but that he hasn't looked very hard.
Summary: sort of upsetting that they stopped making the film, but it makes the pictures that much more precious. bought it as a gift for my girlfriend and the possibilities are endless...who needs all the flashy buttons and lcd screens?! or a printer nonetheless! simply awesome!
Summary: Amazing little camera, light and small. Auto-focus, automatic exposure all work fine. Get some Impossible Project 600 instant film and you will discover fun in photography. Fun has been killed by digital phones, minute digital point-shoot-AND THROW AWAY the results.
Summary: EASY TO USE FOR PARTY WHERE PEOPLE HAVE FUN SEEING THE PICTURES WHILE THEY ACT CRAZY AND FUNNY WITHOUT WAITING TO DOWNLOAD THE PIC AND IT CAN HANG ON THE REFRESHGARATOR FOR MEMORY FOR A LONG TIME.
Summary: The camera at first kept getting the pictures stuck inside the camera. The pictures that did come out had moisture marks on them and no pictures. But this was old film that was sold with the camera. I actually bought it for the film, because it was much cheaper than buying the film alone. So now I don't buy really old dated film, no matter what the household is like from which it comes. I then bought new film and put it in the camera.
Excerpt: This camera was used by so many different industries for documentation, records and visual arts. It was create by Edwin Land's Polaroid company which is unfortunately discontinuing the instant films by the end of this year to focus on electronic imaging. This is truly sad, because the film is unlike any other, anywhere. The 600 camera is fixed focus camera that allows for solid shots.