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If your camera has a Polaroid 88mm x 108mm (3 1/4 x 4 1/4) film back for Type 100 instant pack film, it will work with either Fuji FP-series film (100C/3000B). Keep in mind what settings you will need to use when using such a high-speed film in a manual control camera like an RB67. FP-3000B is actually a little faster than ISO3000, so setting your camera the way you would for conventional ISO3200 120-format roll film should work just fine. This film will NOT work in 545-series backs for 4 x 5 peel-apart films, only the 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 packfilm backs. If you have a 545 film back or similar, you can only shoot expired Polaroid 50-series two-part sheet films. Fuji made a back for shooting their 4 x 5 packfilms (which are discontinued, but still available), but again, it will not work with this film.
Dec 7, 2014 by G. Miller
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shipping canada Oct 29, 2013
HI, Yes , we ship to Canada .
Oct 29, 2013 by Joel Weiss
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yes , very nicely - i do use it in the three i have , beautiful emolision .
Dec 26, 2014 by J. M. Elario
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Yes, that's exactly what I use it for. I also have a 101, and a 350.
Oct 11, 2013 by GAV
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No it will not work with the SX70. Vintage Polaroid Film will work but you most likely will end up with expired film that costs more than the Impossible Film. Good luck.
Jun 13, 2013 by stickman
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no, it does not. i use it in a Polaroid Colorpack 210. the only film i know of that works in Polaroid 600 cameras is made by the Impossible Project.
Apr 11, 2013 by jonmmmayhem
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what is the ISO? 13 days ago
3000 iso / asa.
13 days ago by Jarred Torres
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