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It works with Polaroid pack film cameras. Like the 250.
By Jake on February 18, 2013
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If your camera has a Polaroid 88mm x 108mm (3 1/4 x 4 1/4) film back for Type 100 instant pack film, it will work with either Fuji FP-series film (100C/3000B). Keep in mind what settings you will need to use when using such a high-speed film in a manual control camera like an RB67. FP-3000B is actually a little faster … see more If your camera has a Polaroid 88mm x 108mm (3 1/4 x 4 1/4) film back for Type 100 instant pack film, it will work with either Fuji FP-series film (100C/3000B). Keep in mind what settings you will need to use when using such a high-speed film in a manual control camera like an RB67. FP-3000B is actually a little faster than ISO3000, so setting your camera the way you would for conventional ISO3200 120-format roll film should work just fine. This film will NOT work in 545-series backs for 4 x 5 peel-apart films, only the 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 packfilm backs. If you have a 545 film back or similar, you can only shoot expired Polaroid 50-series two-part sheet films. Fuji made a back for shooting their 4 x 5 packfilms (which are discontinued, but still available), but again, it will not work with this film. see less
By G. Miller on December 8, 2014
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Not unless that particular camera was converted to take packfilm. Otherwise just regular 110a models take different film
By Amy Davis on January 8, 2017
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this batch expired in 2014-11 - since it was discontinued much earlier than fp-100c, it has an earlier expiration date.
By movermovermover SELLER on May 3, 2016
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The Polaroid makes a negative when you peel apart the images. After the chemicals dry you can scan the image (s).
By James J., Rust on April 1, 2015
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No ... you would need to purchase "impossible Project" film for a 600 style camera. Just do a search for "impossible Project", you'll get there.
By Weldon Pops on February 26, 2014
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Yes it should
By Amy Davis on December 10, 2016
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Supply and demand. No longer available, becomes rare, becomes more expensive.
By Doug R. on March 16, 2017
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No it will not,you must use the instax film.
By Michael E. Smith on January 8, 2014
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What Polaroid camera model or models specifically? You can use it on Land Camera 100s, 250, 350. Reporter. Big Shot. Best way is to Google it: there's so many resources in internet to verify if your camera can use this film.
By curlyNoodles on October 29, 2013