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How to modify a Polaroid SX-70 to shoot 600 film

Posted September 12, 2009 in Camera Hacking & DIY

This is a more advanced modification that requires disassembling part of the camera and doing some soldering to switch out a capacitor, but the instructions are clear and have good photos of each step. Check it out at Holgablog

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Hope for Polaroid 8×10 instant films in 2010?

Posted August 19, 2009 in Kit/Equipment

The Impossible Project—the people behind NOS Polaroid film resellers Polapremium and Polaroid photo sharing site Polanoid—bought the equipment necessary to make Polaroid 8×10 instant film, and hopes to start production in 2010. New successful prototypes of black and white integral film for SX-70 and 600 Polaroid cameras have also been completed. Awesome. More details in [...]

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US Polaroid 600 film sale: buy 4, get 1 free + free shipping

Posted September 20, 2006 in Random

The title says it all: for every four packs of Polaroid 600 film you buy, you get one free. To get free shipping, use promo code ERV2YB during checkout. The offer ends 28 September, 2006, and is only valid if you buy directly from Polaroid. I bought a crapload when they had the same offer [...]

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How to modify a Polaroid SX-70 for 600 film

Posted September 11, 2006 in Camera Hacking & DIY

Adrian Hanft (of Lego pinhole camera fame) wrote a nice, step-by-step tutorial on converting a Polaroid SX-70 camera—whose Time Zero film has been discontinued—to take the still-available 600 film. He writes: Polaroid 600 film actually fits in an SX-70 camera pretty easily. The problem with using 600 film in the SX-70 is that it is [...]

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Polaroid Spectra and 600 film sale

Posted June 23, 2006 in Random

Polaroid are having a buy 4 packs, get 1 free sale on Spectra and 600 film when you buy directly from them. Ends 29 June, 2006, so get your crack at a discount while you can!

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