No, this is peel apart instant film which is used by cameras with manual rollers, i.e. you pull the film through the rollers. Polaroid 600 cameras use integral film which is ejected by the camera. Polaroid no longer makes this film. Experimental 600 film is made by The Impossible Project.
Dear Grace, Make sure you have a Land Camera with the bellows. If your camera spits out the picture and develops when exposed to air then this film won't work. But if it's a camera that takes the pack film that you pull out and peel after a minute or so, then it will work beautifully! The Fuji Pack film works with all Polaroid Pack Cameras. Check out the video link below for great tips on your Land Camera. Plus they have other great videos about this camera. http://filmphotographyproject.com/video/2013/02/polaroid-100-automatic-land-camera-crashcourse
Hi Grace...I use it in an old Color Pack II camera. There seems to be a lot of information on the internet about these cameras and this film...so if you do a simple search...you should be able to find an answer.