Polaroid P 600 Instant Camera
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These models have a rounded top when open and are very rounded when closed, resembling a bread bin. The flash is enclosed by a semi-circle of translucent plastic. A velcro hand grip is usually present on the user's left hand side. All models have a close-up adaptor or autofocus. Polaroid 600 (round top) (Basic model with fixed focus, hand grip, close-up adaptor. Available in many colours inc. dark blue, dark grey with cyan trim, dark blue with white trim, dark blue with yellow).
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These models were an advance on the initial series in that they included a built-in automatic flash in similar straight-edged bodies. These models have a 116mm fixed-focus 1-element plastic lens and an exposure correction slider on the front. The basic model is the One Step Flash, which came with or without a close up (CU) lens. Many variants were made for international and promotional markets. Polaroid 636 Talking Camera (aka 636 Polatalk and OneStep Talking Camera.) Functionally equivalent is the Polaroid OneStep Talking Camera (QPS) (blue/green on dark grey; QPS is light grey on dark grey)Polaroid 690 (Later version of the SLR 680 with some cosmetic changes and a micro-controller instead of analogue circuitry). Polaroid 600, Polaroid 640 (SE), Polaroid Camel, Polaroid Coca-Cola, Polaroid CoolCam (600), Polaroid Lightmixer 630 (SL), Polaroid Magical Camera, Polaroid Spirit 600, Polaroid Sun 600 LMS/SE, Polaroid Sun 630 LMP, Polaroid Sun 635 QS/SE, Polaroid Sun 640, Polaroid SuperColor Esprit, Polaroid Supercolor (SE/SL) 635, Polaroid Supercolor 645, Polaroid SuperColors, Polaroid Tomy Kodomo Softer edges appeared in, with some models sharing names the names of previous successes, such as "One Step". All of these cameras have close-up lenses or autofocus and the exposure compensation slider.
Polaroid P600 Instant Camera - Tested with film and Fully
Polaroid One Step Autofocus (SE) (2-zone autofocus, not Sonar) Also known as Polaroid 636 AF/Autofocus, Polaroid OneStep Autofocus AF (SE) Shaped similarly to the above models, but with a gold-coloured disc with a grille in front of it. This utilized Polaroid's patented Sonar autofocus system.
The Impulse models have sharp edges, diagonal lines and a tough rubber hand-grip. They do not fold up. Standard Impulse cameras have a single element plastic lens with fixed aperture (116mm, f/9) and minimum focus distance of 4 feet. A close-up adaptor is present on some models. Some of the models have a 3-element lens with 'Sonar' autofocus. To switch on the camera, the user presses the spring-loaded flash on the right hand side. The flash fires for every shot. Multiple colours were available. As an alternative to the cameras, you can get the epic 1:1 format by printing your Polaroid pictures with the Lab. Tech specs