Save Polaroid 600 Films!

In the process of digging for laser discs in our storage rooms, my mother had unearthed a diamond --


... well, make that TWO diamonds.

These days, everyone's got a flashy DSLR or a lomo. Because of that, I'm not too excited to get either of them. But even if I'm still sort of hung up on owning a DSLR, I would gladly forego any other analogue camera for a Polaroid 600 series model. These babies I have here have NEVER been used since we got them because the family thought films were expensive (they were gifts).


Nothing says "vintage" more than a Polaroid and I absolutely long to shake-shake a Polaroid picture.

Does anybody out there know how I could get a hold of films for these locally? I've heard that production had ceased, but I know there are still dregs out there.

If you're a Polaroid fan like me, help save the films by going to

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Basti said...

wow those are totally awesome! Only true blue photographers have these gadgets now... Polaroid photograph's are Old school's finest, and a new age's envy!
the camera isn't too pricey but
the film would usually cost you more or less 40USD... Films are definitely hard to come by these days. I guess you should ask from the people of the camera club of the ph

my Abuelo used to have the polaroid spirit version. I wonder where is it now, I guess i have to start digging too.

February 26, 2009 at 5:21 PM
Jerine said...

OMG...i heart polaroid!!!

February 26, 2009 at 9:08 PM
vvens said...

i like your pink one! omg i love polaroid too :)

February 26, 2009 at 10:09 PM
{girl}forallstatus said...

wow, ganda. the last time i saw one using a polaroid was when i was still working for a certain publication. 5 years ago na yun. ngayon kase, derecho na sa laptop ang images.

February 27, 2009 at 7:04 AM
eMz said...

keep digging! XD

they're awesome, def-o!

yeah, it's my fave too. ^_^

oo nga eh, pero it's probably the nostalgia that really sells these old things. ^_^

February 27, 2009 at 10:59 AM
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