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I found a polaroid 600 land camera in a charity shop for £1, so naturally I had to get it. I also bought an Olympus Trip (also £1) you have to love charity shops! It's brilliant that 600 film is being made again, and I love the stuff that the people at The Impossible Project are doing for analogue photography. http://www.the-impossible-project.com/ The film works out about £2 per shot though so won't be using it too much.... Plus I didn't oder the gold version, I got sent the wrong one but couldn't hang around to get it changed, turns out I quite like it.

dannyedwards This photo was shot on film. Taken by dannyedwards with a Polaroid 600 Land Camera loaded with PX 680 Color Shade Gold Edition film in Beverley, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: polaroid, the_impossible_project, px680, color, shade, gold_edition, land, camera, 660, autofocus, and instant. Date: 2012-04-22. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Polaroid 600 Land Camera & PX680 GOLD.


  1. camielioo


    A similar Story happend to me ! I to got them from the impossible project! I'll scan and upload my polaroids some of these day and I will let you know if you like that :)

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  2. dannyedwards


    @camielioo - look forward to seeing your polaroids! I could get really really into polaroid if they weren't so expensive... :-(

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  3. digitaljunk

    Lucky you! I can't find cameras for £1 anymore at the charity shops near me (...but they seem to sell plenty of fully automatic 35mm cameras from the 80's to 90s that are just junk, for more than what they are worth).

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