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Old 01-30-2006   #1
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Polaroid Thread

Ok ... so I am making an official thread for the polaroid lovers, this stemming from all the talk on the coffee and camera thread.

I received my Fuji FP-3000B film today; I took a couple examples and I was hoping this would evolve into some discussion into Polaroid rangefinders

My camera is a Land Camera Model 250 114mm glass lens with the Zeiss Ikon viewfinder

I have the portrait kit, a cloud filter, and a flash gun (though never used it)

I bought the camera off of ebay over a year ago for 10 bucks ... it came with a case and a flash gun ... oh and a strap

The exposure was off when I first played with it, but after a little research I found this site
which showed how to adjust the exposure mechanism and locate a battery

Good ole Radio Shack still has lithium versions of the batteries and it took about 6 days for the transaction, since Radio Shack has to locate these batteries in their warehouse

The exposure took a few shots to get right (about 6 or 6 dollars) ... to be honest I only ever got it right for the ISO 3000 film and I have yet to try to ISO 80 or 100 on its setting ... but the shots I get with this camera was worth the trouble.

When you take it out in public to take some snap shots or portraits people always ask questions and love the look of the old bellow camera (old is relative since my camera is circa 1966)

My father thinks back to his teenaged years when he sees it, my nieces love their portraits especially if they get to hold their photo (2 and 3 years old)

As much as I love my other cameras, especially my Yashica ... this Polaroid just remains its own camera for better or for worse

Share your polaroid stories or your work... or ask questions regarding the Land Cameras or Polaroids in general

Enjoy everyone and long live polaroids!!!!!!!
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I just got a polaroid back for my Crown Graphic...I can't wait to fiddle arround with it! Do you do any of that developing onto water colour paper? I believe it is done by peeling the film early and rolling it onto water colour paper. It's supposed to be quite painterly.

Nice shots BTW!
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I like polaroids too

I have a SX-70 (there are some shots on my website) and about 14 shots left of time-zero film.

A few months ago I got this awesome Polaroid book (something like "photographs from polaroid collection"). It is a very inspiring book and its packaged like a pack of film too. I really wanted to get a polaroid Rangefinder after looking through all those beautiful polaroid photographs. But there are so many different models, I couldnt make up my mind and they are not that cheap, either. And the film... thats quite expensive too. But may be you have some tips about which camera is best and which film.

A while ago I saw about 30 packages of expired fuji instant mini film being sold at 50 cents each. I thought "man I cant let that go!" So I bought just about all of them, and then got the camera to go with it from ebay for 10 bucks. fun thing for parties and such.
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Great ! I have some Polaroid Land 340 pics, but I have no flat scan ! I'll ask some friends to scan for me to post some.
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I just got a polaroid back for my Crown Graphic...I can't wait to fiddle arround with it! Do you do any of that developing onto water colour paper? I believe it is done by peeling the film early and rolling it onto water colour paper. It's supposed to be quite painterly.

Nice shots BTW!
I've just started experimenting with Polaroid transfers.

There are some basic instructions on the Polaroid site, and then there is a comprehensive book on transfers by Holly F. Dupré at

http://www.pacificsites.com/~hdupre/trans.html
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Does anyone know whether Time Zero will be bought by some other company and continued in production? (I'm trying to decide if I should stock up.) BTW, I have a pristine SX-70 on my eBay--click my profile home page link to view.
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polaroid 636 I found somewhere & a magnifying glass..sorry, no large format backs, or advanced manipulations, or.. just some pictures from a newbie!
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I have never tried the water color printing... its sounds pretty good.

I know many people love the SX-70 ... but I have never used one, only one of the newer 20 dollar pack film polaroid cameras

The one good thing I about the newer pack film ... it got rid of the god awful smelling exposure chemical ... believe it or not Fuji's smells different from Polaroids, but they both smell bad
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you have to try the sx-70! you can get one for 20 bucks. and instead of time zero film, you can put a pack of 600film (you just have to cut off those plastic thingies on the bottom and underexpose)
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I love Polaroid. Years ago I went through a phase of only shooting polaroid with one of their Spectra cameras -- great saturated colors. Nowadays I use Polaroid 55 -- a 4x5 film that produces an instant print and negative (albeit never a perfect print and neg at the same time as the exposure parameters are a stop or so off each other). It's great -- the instant gratification of digital but a fantastic LF negative with which to play.

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Is the 600 film or the 779 as good as T/0? The Polaroid info page is good stuff. I knew that pair of Pentax binocular polarizers I bought years ago would come in handy one day. Now I just have to make an adaptor to fit them on the lenses. PS: Check out my "Dreamsicle" SX-70 below. Real leather too.

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Fuji FP-3000B 'negative'
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Fuji FP-3000B 'negative'

I've been experimenting with scanning the "negative" from Fuji FP-3000B B+W print film. Just blown with hairdryer, scanned, and reversed in Photoshop. What do you think?
[Shot with Polaroid 600SE, Mamiya 127mm 4.7 lens.]
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Will it dry real quickly? How long do you have before the image from the "negatives" fade away? I am just curious how you can save the "negatives" during field shooting.
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Your camera is nicer than mine, but I shoot a lot of FujiFP100/3000b and really like it. I have a portrait attachment (#581) and there is nothing like it.

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Bought a few days ago a Fuji FP-3000, not yet used, planning to do in next days. I like the scans from negative, I'll try it !
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marknyc, where the heck are you finding Type 55? I think the last box I saw for sale was going for $300!
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You're striking a lot of familiar notes. I've been working with instant for about a year with a variety of cameras, including refurbished old Polaroids.
I love that reverse scan trick for FP3000b:


One of my cameras is a flea market Polaroid mounted a good lens and shutter, giving me full control over shutter speed and aperture, (but not having to pay $100s for a Polaroid 180). It was the only camera I took with me to Spain this summer and, as you can imagine, it attracted a lot of attention. I got some great shots too


My newest experiment is with a pinhole camera with a Polaroid back. Again, Fuji 3000b inverted:
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Will it dry real quickly? How long do you have before the image from the "negatives" fade away? I am just curious how you can save the "negatives" during field shooting.
Depends on the weather. Indoors, I'm using a hairdryer for 2 minute dry times. Once dry, the "neg" seems stable. (We're talking Fuji 3000b)
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Polaroid 1000 camera Land. Photo doesnt get out of the camera
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Polaroid 1000 camera Land. Photo doesnt get out of the camera

Hi all,
first of all I would like to thank this wonderful section for Polaroids lovers, there are spots in internet where one can find info, but not many are really useful!

I ve got a second hand Polaroid 1000 Camera Land recently, and I bought the film that Impossible Project has produced for the sx70 series (the camera land uses the same film), but when I tried to shoot some pics the photo does not come out of the camera, it gets stuck inside and when I open to pull it out, there is no picture info, just a dark brown surface.
Does anyone knows why that happens / how I can solve it?

I ve read in the basic manual of the camera that it might happen because of the battery, but I am unsure whether it is about the filmpacks battery or a camera battery (sorry, i m lost on that, I dont even know whether the camera has some sort of battery or however is the film which has its own one)

I am plastic artist and was counting already in some Polaroid pieces, so I would very much appreciate your help!

thanks a lot in advance
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'Bleached' means the negative side was cleaned with household bleach...Right?

I have done just that with Fuji 100C with some cool results...



and one left partially uncleaned for effect...


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Old 01-12-2012   #21
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Here are my fave shots I have taken so far. I love polaroid. It's great fun.

I have a 450 with flash, cable release, could filter and close up kit. Also waiting for a square hooded 'rainbow' supercolour 1000 which should be here any day now.







Was just posting about these the other day so I think many of you will have seen them before!!

Looking forward to trying the 1000; I have the B+W gold and black frame film packs to try. I'm also going to go and get a fridge at the weekend for all the film I'm stockpiling...

The flash on my 450 stopped working the other day (not a big deal when using 3000B) and I located the problem; it's the ribbon circuit board in the shutter housing which has perished a bit. I may fix it or just get another 450, they are pretty cheap. I didn't use the flash much anyway so it's no biggie. I will use flashbars on the 1000.

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my first Polaroid...


le Coffee Club by nighstar, on Flickr

Polaroid 1200si + Impossible Project PZ 600 Silver Shade

nothing special, but it means something to me. i look forward to taking more polaroids in the future.
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@ nighstar: I really like this photo, the light and the atmosphere is so quiet. Well done.
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here's a tip: you can check the autoexposure time of a Polaroid pack camera by tripping the shutter with the lens covered. the lens is f/8 (wide open) and you can do your exposure math from there and the sound of the shutter. I do this sometimes because my 250 underexposes alot (+1,5 to get a neutral grey overall!) and FP-3000b looks really flat and grey and dull when it's underexposed.
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OK as you know I love Polaroid, and I've always been interested in the SX70 camera which is arguably the jewel in the crown. The first ever folding SLR camera.

I managed to find, after some searching, a mint example.





The results are incredible. This thing focuses down to 10 inches and has a beautiful DOF.

I took some shots earlier today so I'll scan them in and share as soon as I can get to work and use their scanner.

The quality feel of this camera is just amazing, you wouldn't believe it was made between 1972-1977 because it feels so well made and futuristic.

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A good find. The SX-70 is a class example of brilliant industrial design. An icon.

A few recent polaroids from my not so classic Land 250


Telenor Plaza under a Mammatus sky by Eirik0304, on Flickr


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Love all of those. I'm going to have to get my 450 out as I have loads of film for it including some of the blue and sepia stuff.

Presume you used a tripod and self timer or release cable on these?
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The original SX 70 camera was a work of art. I got one at the time for $79.95. Film was about 8 bucks.
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I've got a SX-70 Sonar on my retiree shelf. Maybe I'll pony up for some Impossible Project film down the road, but the results are so uneven I'd hate to waste money.
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Found a supply of fuji fp100c Silk. I like the mat finish.

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Here are some manipulated Polaroid shots made whith an SX 70 camera which is a rangefinder camera....







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Here are some manipulated Polaroid shots made whith an SX 70 camera which is a rangefinder camera....
The SX70 is an SLR Strange at the time as all of Polaroids higher end cameras were rangefinders.
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There was one Polaroid camera that used SX70 film and was a rangefinder camera. It was the Pronto RF and I have one.
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fuji 3000b also discontinued...
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fuji 3000b also discontinued...

I just found out that Fuji 3000B is also discontinued. WHY?!

Buy them up while you can, i guess.
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fp3000b is still listed on their website as a current product. Where did you hear it was discontinued?
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On B&H they had a special on 2011 expiration 3000b that was listed as discontinued. There is new film there right now:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ack_White.html
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On B&H they had a special on 2011 expiration 3000b that was listed as discontinued. There is new film there right now:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ack_White.html
I hope you're right. Your link looks much better than mine:
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By the way, Adorama has the expired (feb 2012) FUJI FP100C for $5.99 each. ($5.70 each if you buy a box of 60 packs, which works out to $342.
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Ped, that's a beautiful SX70.
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Love all of those. I'm going to have to get my 450 out as I have loads of film for it including some of the blue and sepia stuff.

Presume you used a tripod and self timer or release cable on these?
Thank you.

No, in fact they are all hand held, and all shot without release cable.
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