Polaroid cameras are powered by a battery located inside the film catridge. Changing the film on your camera will give it power, if that does not work, your polaroid film may be expired, or your camera might be broken. good luck!
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yes it does. Film that has been exposed to more heat and humidity as normal will produce less vibrant colors and maybe other effects. That's why most people store their film in a fridge.But normally, if the film is expired, but it wasn't treated badly, it'll work just fine.
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Does the Polaroid Spectra 1200 FF take a battery?
The best place for information on the Polaroid Spectra cameras is camerapedia.org.
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It's spelled Polaroid, with a capital P, because Polaroid is a proper noun.
Polaroid - album - was created in 1999.
Polaroid Eyewear was created in 1937.
Polaroid Corporation was created in 1937.
Polaroid - polarizer - was created in 1929.
No. The headquarters of Polaroid are in Minnetonka, Minnesota. Polaroid does have some offices, which are Boston, Toronto and New York.
The Captiva camera film has been discontinued, but you can still track down the dwindling supply for sale on Ebay and the like. The film is called Captiva 95 or 500 film.
pictures printed out of polaroid cameras just after taken
Polaroid 600 film is best for taking pictures in a Polaroid instant camera. You can purchase unexpired Polaroid film for this purpose. It is best suited to informal photographs and snapshots.