What speed is Polaroid film?
|Recording medium||Instant film|
What film works with Polaroid 300?
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|Exposures per Roll||10|
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How much did Polaroid film cost in the 70s?
$5 dollars in the 1970s is much different from $5 in 2018.
What ISO is Polaroid 600 film?
The Polaroid 600 film is a general-purpose, high-speed (ISO 640), medium-contrast integral film for high-definition instant color prints.
What happens when Polaroid film is expired?
Although shooting with expired Polaroid film can produce some unique images, we only recommend doing this if you are well aware that expired film is unstable and unpredictable by nature. Your final images likely won’t turn out like you were expecting.
When did they stop making Polaroid film?
On February 8, 2008, Polaroid (under the control of Thomas J. Petters of Petters Group Worldwide) announced that the company has decided to gradually cease production and withdraw from analog instant film products completely in 2008.
Were Polaroids popular in the 70s?
After the popular black-and-white prints came the peel-apart color prints in 1963, and non-peel-apart color prints followed in 1972. By 1977, the height of its popularity, Polaroid held two-thirds of the instant camera market, despite competition from Kodak.
What was the original cost of a Polaroid camera?
The very first Polaroid camera, the Model 95 Land camera, was sold in 1948 for the princely sum of $89.95 – that’s $957 in today’s money!
When did Polaroid start using 3000 speed film?
Remember that back in 1959, anything faster than ASA 125 was considered a high-speed film. Not only that, but it was the introduction of 3000-speed film that made possible such simplified Polaroid cameras as the J66 and Swinger 20. It also made possible certain Polaroid camera accessories such as the Wink-Light and the Photoelectric Shutter.
When did the Polaroid 40 series come out?
40-series films were used by 40-series Rollfilm Polaroid cameras, and also in other equipment having a Polaroid Land 40 back. Produced: 1948-1950 / Original Price: $1.75
What are the characteristics of a 40 series Land Camera?
Unless otherwise noted, all 40-Series Land Picture Rolls have the following characteristics in common: Each roll produces 8 prints. 40-series films were used by 40-series Rollfilm Polaroid cameras, and also in other equipment having a Polaroid Land 40 back.
What was the film speed of Polaroid Type 48?
Type 48 was originally specified as having a film speed of ASA 50, but was quickly bumped up to 75. This may have been a bit optimistic at first, however, according to some reports. The discontinuance of Type 48 coincides with a changeover in the production of the photographic ‘negative’ stock for Polaroid films.