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It should be able to. As long as it says 600 film in the loader, then you're good.
Apr 30, 2015 by Peter Lingat
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The production date stamp says 07/14, and it's supposed to be good for a year after that. Picture quality is terrible, and the colors are very faint.
Aug 31, 2014 by Ruth M.
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The battery is inside the film packet. It's brilliant. You just insert the film and the camera/flash works. Enjoy!
Aug 8, 2014 by Sonya C.
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We have had the same problem , my son was interested in the instant camera so we have bought 2 different cameras on line and have bought film at the camera store as well as Amazon, it's still the same. Maybe the cameras are too old or the film is just not manufactured right.
May 26, 2015 by Sj
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Yes
Nov 21, 2014 by Brandie Walter
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That's correct.
18 hours ago by Kevin P. Sheehan
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Only if you use black and white film. You get color pictures with color film, and black and white with black and white film.
12 days ago by Mike W
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yes it does
21 days ago by Mike W
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Im not positive about the expiration date but if you put it directly in to the fridge when you get it and before you use the film it will store much longer
26 days ago by Erin
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