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Polaroid Test: A little Better?

Polaroid Test: A little Better?

So I inherited a Polaroid 600 Land Camera (autofocus 660) from my grandfather (my great-grand father used it right before he died in '85) along with a Praktica LTL. I bought some Impossible Project film to see if the polaroid was still good. I'm struggling a bit. XD;; >I reset the setting for light in this one, but it was still a little dark.<

diomaxwelle Taken by diomaxwelle with a Polaroid 600 loaded with PX 680 Color Shade film in San Jose, United States. These tags describe this photo: test, first, home, cody, and polaroid. Date: 2012-11. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the albums HomeGreat-Grandpa's Old Polaroid.


  1. adam_g2000


    Did the flash fire? It doesn't look like it? I would suggest that was the problem here. on the AF660 the flash should fire everytime unless you override it. Here is the manual http://www.everythin(…)00%20ug.pdf

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  2. diomaxwelle


    @adam_g2000: Surprisingly, yes, it did. The lighting in that room is really dark, but it did go off (his pupils are glowing ever so slightly, so I know that had to be the flash reflecting off them). @_@

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  3. adam_g2000


    Is this NIGO edition film?

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