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116 of 125 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2001
I definately love this camera. It's incredibly fun and gratifying to get your pictures developed a minute after you take them, and this camera in all honesty isn't meant to be professional. If you want professional quality go buy an slr or a digital. This kind of camera should be purely considered for enjoyment. Yes it is heavy but not in a way that makes it uncomfortable--it's bulk makes it nostalgic. It has very basic camera features and is one of, if not the, easiet camera i've ever used--just shove the film in and go. The camera takes decent quality pictures and tends to put a slight sepia tint on them when taken inside, but i consider that a cool trademark effect. The features of this camera include a lens that can be slid over to take closer pictures, a sliding numberless aperture setting, built in flash, and a button that lets you control the use of your flash. The only drawback is the fact that you can't take pictures closer than 2 feet (like all polaroid cameras). The lens of the camera also makes ojects closer to the camera larger in proportion to ojects farther from the cameraon the prints but it's not incredibly noticable. Overall, I enjoy it very much and would whole-eartedly recommend it for anyone.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on September 20, 2011
Let's be honest. This camera is fun. Lots of fun. But just because it's fun and inexpensive doesn't mean it's so much economical. The Polaroid 600 film costs 50 dollars, and I made the mistake of buying that instead of the Impossible 600 film that works with the camera in the same way, but at half the cost. Honestly, I think this camera is perfect for modern society, giving you a picture instantly to share the old fashioned way. A definite must-have.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on February 12, 2014
Worked wonderfully for the guest book "remember the moment " for my daughters destination wedding. Pictures were clear and there.
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42 of 59 people found the following review helpful
on July 16, 2000
This is a nice camera for those quick instant photos you want of people. However the size of it is large and the photos aren't exactly TOP quality. It's nice to have for those quick shots to show right away. The actual picture aren't something you put in a scrapbook or picture book, but I wouldn't buy this camera for those reasons. These pictures are ment for the refrigerator or a bulliten board to look at on your way out or for quick viewing. Thats why I like it because the pictures are nice to look at, but they're not priceless pictures that you treasure. So in conclusion, I would highly recommend this camera for fun and quick purposes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 6, 2013
Love the camera for it's unique picture taking qualities. Now all we need is AFFORDABLE aftermarket film for use with the camera.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
do not pull off the white tab off of the film.. it still worls even though the film has expired..!!
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on September 22, 2009
i purchased this camera because my first polaroid camera (the polaroid one600 ultra instant camera) broke. not so much the camera itself, the actual hinge that opened and closed the camera. it ended up overexposing my film, which is a total waste of film. (if you are thinking about purchasing one of those, consider an older model) i found this one for $20 and it was well worth it. i took a chance on a used polaroid camera and it ended up working out. the pictures surprisingly have definition, just don't take a picture of anything closer than 8-12 inches or it'll just be blurry. and the hinge to open this camera is manual, so i don't have to worry about overexposing my film. it is kind of heavy to carry around, but mine came with a strap so it wasn't so bad. the novelty of an older polaroid camera made it that more enjoyable. go get one!
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35 of 52 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2008
Polaroid is a popular camera brand, especially its instant cameras. Unlike other cameras such as Kodak, Canon, and Vivitar, it is self-protected when you close the front top hood down. It is well prolonging and does not require any batteries at all. All you need is brand new or fresh Polaroid 600, 600 Plus, or 600 Platinum film which can be inserted into the base of the camera. Then, a green light appears/glows and you will be set to take awesome pictures. Another reason why this camera is popular is because you get the pictures instantly.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 1, 2013
This particular camera was advertised as working, but upon arrival it did not work with current, unexpired film. During communication with the provider I was guaranteed that with unexpired film it would work. After spending $250 on film, it proved false. This camera does not work.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2013
There were a few different cameras to choose from, but we selected the One Stop 600 and are very happy with it. This is a used product, but was in great condition and performs extremely well. Anyone interested in a Polaroid should consider the One-Step 600.
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