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5.0 out of 5 stars So excited I can use my Polaroid again!, September 13, 2011
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My old Polaroid Land Camera is one of the best cameras I've had, hands down. Now that Fuji is making the film again, she's come out of the closet and is ready for use! I've snapped so many photos and the quality of the film is just as good as the original. Dare I say even a little faster?

I've already ordered 6 packs of film, and I hope that Fuji continues to make it! Thanks!
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Initial post: Oct 7, 2011 7:09:23 AM PDT
S.Z. says:
Hello C.V.Le, can you tell me the model # of the Polaroid camera that you are using? I plan to get a Polaroid (Polaroid Spirit Land 600, specifically) but it has been quite difficult to figure out which films are compatible. Thank you! Shuhan (you can email me at shuhan.zhu@gmail.com).

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2011 11:08:26 PM PST
Milesian says:
S. Zhu:

The camera you specified takes Polaroid 600 type film, which is now only made by the Impossible Project. The Fuji film reviewed here can be used in Polaroid Instant Land type cameras, and is also known as "pack film." You can find Polaroid pack film cameras (they were numbered from 100 to 450, some with plastic lenses and some with glass lenses) used at reasonable prices, and this film works beautifully with them. I hope someone at Fujifilm still cares that people are enjoying instant film, because their instant films are a joy to use and yield gorgeous images with good Polaroid pack film cameras such as my 250 model.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2011 6:35:29 AM PST
S.Z. says:
Hi Milesian,
Thanks for the info. I purchased a great used Polaroid 210 camera to go with the Fuji film! Works beautifully.
SZ
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