Polaroid Originals Film 600 Colour ISO 640
Our Price: £20.00 GBP100108
The Polaroid film you've been waiting for! There have been several iterations of colour film from this company, and the latest is getting close to perfection - vivid colours, more reliable development and lower sensitivity to ambient light. If you want to take your 600 camera for a walk in the sunshine, make sure you're carrying a couple of packs! NB: check your camera type and make sure you're buying the right film format (600/Spectra/i-Type/SX70) - check on Polaroid Originals if unsure!
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Polaroid changed consumer photography in the 60s by condensing all of the darkroom processes and chemicals inside the camera itself to create the first "Instant" photography. Founded in 1937 and run by Edwin Land for four decades, the company was famous for its culture of engineering-based innovation, but unfortunately like Kodak and Fuji it failed to cope with the digital revolution. Bankruptcy in 2001 was followed by the company being sold off and wrapped up. Fortunately for photographers everywhere, the last factory producing their instant film in the Netherlands was purchased by "Impossible" who had to reinvent many of the chemicals and processes but kept producing. Then in 2017 "Impossible" bought the rights to the old name and have rebranded as "Polaroid Originals" with a new line-up of films and products that will bring your instant camera to life!
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Polaroid
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Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Polaroid Originals Film 600 Colour ISO 640 today and dive back into the fun of 600 film photography!
It's great to be able to use Polaroid again, but it's still nowhere near the quality of the original Polaroid.
The film is very sensitive to light and temperature. If it gets too cold, your photo will come out blue/green. If there's too much light, your film will be overexposed.
Occasionally, you will get all the conditions perfect, and your photos will develop as you remember from the original Polaroid, albeit less detail or depth. The colours do develop very well, and have a very nice, vintage look.
The film itself is slightly thicker than the old Polaroid, hence there being 8 photos instead of 10 in a pack. The other problem with the film being thicker is the rollers on the old cameras were designed to be used with the thinner film. This might not have any effect on your photos, but something to bear in mind.
Consequently, less in a pack and the inconsistent results have left me feeling they aren't worth the money.
However, if money is no object, then get this film, as it is very fun to use, and work out how to use.
This white border Polaroid 600 film is a classic for a reason. While Polaroid Originals release some fun new frames every few months, this has remained my steadfast favourite because the white will show off any subject matter beautifully.
So pleased that PO have developed this film into one that’s more reliable than the old impossible project versions or buying waaaayyy expired film off eBay. Developing time is reduced to around 10-15 minutes and I get far more consistent results. Stick around, please! My 20+ year old camera is so grateful :)
This classic film is amazing for every situation. Fantastic for portraiture and works in old polariod cameras. Develpoping is quick with images showing up really quickly.
A really fun film format that had ceased production around ten years ago... happy that it is back! A classic instant film that does take a little trial & error to get great shots but always produces interesting results. One minor gripe is that it is only eight per film whereas it always used to be ten!