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“Unlike any Polaroid integral film camera this one can...”

Written on: 10/08/2008

Good Points
More economical and higher quality film than Polaroid integral instant film; better lens than Polaroid entry-level (coated doublet with aspherical front element), auto exposure controls work well; surprisingly rugged for the cost.

Bad Points
Bulky, slow to change focus settings; can't see exposures remaining without turning camera on.

General Comments
Unlike any Polaroid integral film camera this one can give you pictures with a full rage of whites, blacks and rich colours, and the 6x9 ratio of the print is much closer to conventional prints than Polaroid's 600 or Spectra formats. There is a lot of cheap film for this available from online sellers, so go for it!

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