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Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera (OLD MODEL)

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  • Uses Polaroid 600 instant film
  • Digital LCD picture counter and feature setting display
  • Focus-free lens for great shots as close as 3 feet
  • Just like your original Polaroid camera
  • Autoflash helps to illuminate pictures in any light
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Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera (OLD MODEL) + Impossible PRD2959 Color Film for Polaroid 600-Type Camera Frame + Impossible PRD2785 Color Film for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras
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Product Description

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Product Description

The NEW Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera. Using Polaroid 600 Instant Film, the One600 Classic cameras simplicity makes capturing your Instant Moments as easy as 1-2-3.The One600 Classic Instant Camera brings back the nostalgia of of shooting Polaroid instant photos when you were a kid. This simple camera with its sleek, folding design is great for home use, outdoors, surprise parties, family occasions, and more. It has a focus-free lens for shots as close as three feet (36 inches) and the autoflash helps to illuminate pictures in any light with red-eye reduction mode. It also features a digital LCD picture counter and feature setting display.

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The One600 Classic Instant Camera brings back the nostalgia of of shooting Polaroid instant photos when you were a kid. This simple camera with its sleek, folding design is great for home use, outdoors, surprise parties, family occasions, and more. It has a focus-free lens for shots as close as three feet (36 inches) and the autoflash helps to illuminate pictures in any light with red-eye reduction mode. It also features a digital LCD picture counter and feature setting display.

Compatible film:

  • 600 Film
  • 600 Write-On Film
  • 600 NotePad Film
  • 779 Film
What's in the Box
Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera, wrist strap, one-year limited warranty

Should you really "shake it like a Polaroid picture?"
Ever since the song "Hey Ya" by Andre 3000 of Outkast came out, everyone is shaking their Polaroid pictures. Shaking or waving a Polaroid picture to help the development process originated in the early days of peel-apart film. After peeling the negative, the image needed to dry before it could be handled, so waving the photo helped it to dry more quickly. When using the integral films (600, Spectra, 500, SX-70/Time-Zero, i-Zone) that are used in our most popular current camera models (Polaroid One, OneStep, JoyCam, etc.), the image develops and dries behind a clear plastic window and never touches the air, so shaking or waving has no effect. In fact, excessive shaking or waving can actually damage the image. Rapid movement during development can cause portions of the film to separate prematurely, or can cause "blobs" in the picture. The best way to ensure a perfectly developed image is to simply lay the picture on a flat surface immediately after it exits the camera.


Product Details

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Product Manual [690kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.8 x 3.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0001MB7RW
  • Item model number: 642952
  • National Stock Number: 6720-01-528-4738
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,564 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

155 of 165 people found the following review helpful By "artschanz" on June 25, 2002
Color: Yellow & Black
I bought this camera at a going-out-of-business sale at a local retail store about a year ago. I thought the 'construction' nature of the camera would make it more durable, while still providing fairly good pictures. Little did I know that the pictures would be so good!
I never would have guessed that this camera would take such crisp, clear pictures. I have shot more than a half-dozen pkgs of film and every picture has turned out fine. Please understand...this is not a 35mm camera with all the bells & whistles. It is a Polaroid instant camera (w/ flash) that produces good, instant pictures. That being said, it is very rugged and durable and will tolerate adverse weather better than your 35mm will. I have taken pictures in the rain w/o problems - you only have to remember to protect the film when it exits the camera. It needs to be kept dry & warm...just like any polaroid.
If you go into this with the correct expectations, you will not be disappointed.
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58 of 67 people found the following review helpful By A. Downs on February 14, 2008
Color: Slate Blue Verified Purchase
This is a great little camera but the price here is INSANE. It's only $39.99 at Target.
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69 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Demosthenes on February 19, 2006
Color: Slate Blue
Yeah, Sweet camera. It was basically ready out of the box once I added the film. Everyobody thinks it's really cool. It's great to have the instant photos, so real and so tangible. Each picture is one of a kind.

This camera works great, but I noticed at night that the pictures are a little dark if the subject is more than 5-6 feet away, but for the price I think It's a pretty good deal.

Be aware that the film is expensive, it comes out to about a dollar a photo. Othewise it's Great!
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75 of 93 people found the following review helpful By SaintSuperb on December 18, 2005
Color: Platinum
There are two things i dislike about the One 600 ultra. Other than that.....I think it is a great value for the money.

First off....why have a self timer......and not include a socket on the bottom of the camera to put it on a tripod??....The Polaroid One had the tripod socket feature...and i miss it very much on this camera.

Secondly...i dislike the fact that there is no way to turn off the flash. There are times (like taking pictures of Christmas lights) that you only want ambient light included in your pictures.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By C. Hamilton on January 29, 2006
Color: Slate Blue
The camera does what it is supposed to do--take photos. It is best when used close up and in bright(er) light. When using flash, the subject should be in "pretty good" light to begin with. This camera isn't for landscapes nor close-ups (such as flower blossoms).
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By LuckyStripes on November 14, 2006
Color: Platinum
This camera is simple to use with predictable results. It's terrific for school craft projects, birthday parties, and ornaments. As an added bonus, kids love the magic of watching the picture develop from a plain black square right before their eyes.
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38 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Hugh Sansom on January 31, 2008
Color: Slate Blue
This is a nice little camera -- in the process of being discontinued. BUT the price here is OUTRAGEOUS. You can probably find it at a nearby CVS or Duane Reade or Target for about $40.

Get it for a good price and it's tremendous fun, especially for kids. They get a real kick out of seeing the picture develop before their eyes -- just can't be beat by a digital camera.

The pictures are _not_ of the quality of a decent point-and-shoot digital camera, but how many digital cameras cost $40 and how many give pictures _instantly_? And the Polaroid pics have a quality of their own which is hard to find in the digital world.

As of mid-March, the word is that _no one_ is interested in licensing the Polaroid technology (though Polaroid has indicated that they are happy to license it out). So the downside is that film will disappear, but the upside is that these cameras will not see the popularity of, say, Diana cameras. That means they should become _less_ expensive. One way or another, do not pay the thieves at Toyzz $160. Check e-Bay or anywhere first.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By E. Milkes on September 29, 2005
Color: Slate Blue
You can't beat the immediacy of the Polaroid cameras, but I was disappointed by how poor the color is in the snapshots - very washed out - and the contrast is also pretty bad. A slightly different model of the One600 that we got for my son a year ago was much better.
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