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3.0 out of 5 stars Bad batch, November 21, 2010
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This review is from: FUJIFILM FP-100C 3.25 X 4.25 Inches Professional Instant Color Film (Electronics)
I have been using the Fuji film packs for my Polaroid for some time. I HATE not giving it a great review because they make it and nobody else does.

I got two film packs, one the 100B and 100C that were defective. Yes, I am aware of the jamming issue with Polaroid backs and have dealt with it by opening the camera back slightly and clearing it. It is usually only the first couple photos.

These film packs were misaligned or something else was seriously wrong. Three tabs would come out at one time. The photo wouldn't come out when I threw out the first three photos and pulled number 4 white tab.

I was finally forced to remove the entire film pack, ruining it, to discover the film had separated and spilled chemicals all over the inside of my camera.

Ok, the good news is that when it works, this film is just awesome. I get Polaroid like colors with the color film and the black and white is contrasty and sharp.

And Amazon was wonderful about this problem. When I explained I couldn't return the film which was now a hazardous material due to the spill, they refunded the amount of my ENTIRE purchase. Not just the bad packs but the whole thing.
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Initial post: Apr 20, 2011 1:36:07 AM PDT
D. Hammon says:
Just wanted to say that I experienced the same problem with the chemicals spilling all over the inside of the camera and everything. Thankfully it only happened to me once. Typically the film is fantastic and turns out beautiful photos.
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