The Polaroid 600 colour film is perfect for capturing special moments and memories in an instant. This film is compatible with vintage Polaroid 600 cameras (not the modern i-Type) and produces high-quality, full-colour photos with a classic, retro look.
Each individual pack contains 8 exposures, so you can snap away and share your photos with friends and family.
- Compatible with vintage Polaroid 600 cameras
- Produces high-quality, full-colour photos
- Classic, retro look
- Each pack contains 8 exposures
- Instantly capture and share memories with friends and family
- Perfect for special occasions, events, or everyday use
- Adds a unique, vintage touch to your photos
- Easy to use and compatible with a range of Polaroid 600 cameras
Bulk Polaroid 600 Film
If you're looking to buy cheap Polaroid 600 film then you an save money with a 5-pack of Polaroid film. 40 photos with a significant saving versus single packs!
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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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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 600 Colour film and dive back into the fun of vintage Polaroid film photography!
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Polaroid for me has the more natural look with better colour rendition than Instax. Also MUCH prefer the Polaroid vintage cameras. SX70 being the best with mine converted by Philanthropy in London to shoot 600.
I have loved Polaroid for their quirkiness and ease of making them. Since the rebrand back to Polaroid ( I first bought impossible film many years ago!),the colours are more saturated and the development much improved (no more dry spots!)
Also fun to use for emulsion lifts, although I have not tried it yet with the new formula.
This is my first time using a Polaroid camera and film, and I’m really surprised at the difference compared to Instax film. The film is huge in comparison to Instax square and the photos are much warmer. Depends what style you’re after, Polaroid is considerably more expensive for a lot less shots.
I bought a Polaroid camera so I could have some fun with my grandchildren, it worked it's magic on us all and we are now hooked on instant film. I wasn't too bothered about quality, it is what it is these days, but for the fun factor of seeing the image appear before a childs eyes made it worth the effort.
This film is for 600-types Polaroid which require the battery in the film. I have an autofocus 660 and supercolour 635CL (the latter of which, rather sadly, admittedly gets much less love). If you know how to use the film to its advantage, you’ll get some gorgeous colour rich photographs. The photos of my photos don’t do them justice.
That being said it’s a very nuanced and fussy film, I have gone through many a dud too - over/ underexposure tends to be my downfall. I say, as long as you’re having fun and capturing moments you love, it’s worth it. But if you’re taking Polaroids for that “perfect photo” then you better have deep pockets (no shade to analogue wonderland, they are wonderful & it’s not their fault at all. it’s just the general, wider RRP of the film which is a nightmare for 8 slides) alternatively, just stick to fujifilm instax’s which have slightly more reliable winners until you’re comfortable.