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Polaroid Spectra (Instant/Polaroid, 640 iso)

The first thing that strikes you about the Spectra film is its noticeably larger size; 3.6 x 2.9 inches (9.2cm x 7.3cm). Then when you look closer you see how much sharper and colour perfect the shots are compared to other instant films!

The first thing that strikes you about the Spectra film is its noticeably larger size; 3.6 × 2.9 inches (9.2cm x 7.3cm). Then when you look closer you see how much sharper and colour perfect the shots are compared to other instant films!

With a speedy 640 ISO it still manages to remain balanced for daylight and electronic flash exposure. 3 minutes after shooting you will be singing the praises of this glossy, high definition instant film.

There are 10 shots per pack and you can also pick up a twin pack for twice the craic!

written by fookshit

7 comments

  1. superlighter

    superlighter

    I like this big size film, I have a lot of expired pack at home and I like to experiment with multi exposures using this film with the Polaroid Image camera (or Spectra in the U.S. market)

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  2. ilovekotatsu

    ilovekotatsu

    Sux that they no longer sell this film.. I tried to hold onto my expired film for as long as possible but if i wait any longer it will be unusable :(

    @ superlighter: how the hell do u do multi exposures on the Spectra??

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  3. superlighter

    superlighter

    @ ilovekotatsu: using the self timer, the film don't came out untill you release the self timer knob , half close the camera then re-open it, the self timer start the countdown again and you have a second exposure, this can be done as many time you like. when finish turn off the self timer and the film finally came out!

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  4. fookshit

    fookshit

    i love those double-roids you've submitted superlighter!
    CLASSIC!

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  5. superlighter

    superlighter

    thank you FOOKSHIT!!!!

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  6. graefin

    graefin

    I never knew that multiexposures were possible with a polaroid! Amazing!

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  7. larslau

    larslau

    Woa woah..! Love the multiexposures superlighter!!!

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