Polaroid Camera Onestep 600 - Vintage 80s photo film camera

Polaroid Camera Onestep 600 - Vintage 80s photo film camera

The Polaroid OneStep 600 is an instant camera. It is the first camera for the 600 integral film format from Polaroid. The Polaroid OneStep 600 was introduced in the early 1980s. Before shooting with the camera, you have to unfold it, this also serves as protection for the lens.
The housing of the Polaroid OneStep 600 is made of plastic, coloured in black and decorated by the well-known Polaroid rainbow.
The features of OneStep 600 are quickly enumerated: a lens with fixed focus, electronic shutter and automatic exposure, which can be influenced by the light / dark control.
The instant camera does not have a built-in flash, but it has a socket for a flashbar. However, it needs the quite exotic "Flash 600" flashbars.

The Polaroid OneStep 600 requires the 600 instantaneous images.
Today, Polaroid does not produce instant films, but The Impossible Project produces films for the OneStep 600 (Impossible Color Film for 600 and Impossible B & W Film for 600 for black and white photographs). There are eight pictures in one package and not ten as before.
Since the picture counter is designed on the back for the old films, it counts from ten down to zero. So when taking pictures with the Impossible films it is important that you have to exchange the film at "2" and not at the "0".

So wether you'll use this camera for instant photography, or you'll acquire it as a collector's item or for decorative reasons, it's simply an object of beauty.
We can not guarantee that this camera works as we can not try it out, but it should, as all knobs and buttons work properly and everything is clean. As the battery is inside the film, there's no battery left over in the camera itself that could have leaked out, which is the most frequent cause for cameras to not work anymore.

Height: 9,5 cm, width: 14,5 cm, depth: 12,5 cm, weight: 580 g. 
65 EUR
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