Polaroid 600 Film 600 Camera Film
The classic Polaroid 600 film worked in all 600 cameras. 600 Instant Film you can take great-looking photos. 600 Film is easy-to-use so you will want to take lots of pictures. Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ 600-type cameras.
Thanks to a newly developed emulsion, this film boasts incredible black and white tones, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.
Some details about Polaroid 600 Films;
- High-speed, medium-contrast film for high-definition instant color prints
- Balanced for daylight and electronic flash exposure
- Fast developing
- Better color performance
- Sharper image
- Better exposure performance
Color Film for 600 Color Frames. Color instant film for Polaroid™ 600-type cameras, featuring vividly coloured frames. Thanks to an innovative color protection formula, this film boasts great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.The Impossible Project has released a special edition instant film for classic Polaroid-type cameras that has a vivid, colorful border to make photos pop. Don’t despair, you can still use your camera.
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Some Customer Reviews on Amazon;
In 2011, I started using The Impossible Project after three years of pining for Polaroid film. I purchased a very beat up Polaroid SLR 680 SE and went through many disappointments throughout the months.
Over the course of two years, I had a love/hate relationship with the film. As soon as I planned on giving up using the film, there was that one shot that dragged me back in. Sigh.
In 2013 (or was it ’12?), The Impossible Project introduced Color Protection. Not only was the film more reliable (every shot came out) but shielding the film wasn’t necessary. I still do it as a precaution, but I don’t feel guilty for peeking.
This film is a slightly modified version of the Color Protection film. It’s reliable. It’s easy to use. The only time I don’t get great results is when lighting is off or I’m impatient and “just shoot.” This film isn’t for just shooting. For $3+ a shot, it should be a sure shot. The colors from this film are fantastic. This film definitely has a mind of its own sometimes, and you’re not going to get true to life colors. You’re also not going to get Polaroid colors. This film is definitely very unique, and I would highly recommend looking at The Impossible Project and Flickr website to see what kind of results others are getting from this film.