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par Mofapilot
lun. 28 mars 2016 / 11:48 am
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : Hello, from "sunny" Italy
Réponses : 2
Vues : 808

You have to shield the picture immediatly from light and let it develop in darkness. The other cause may be, that it was too cold for the film.
par Mofapilot
lun. 28 mars 2016 / 11:45 am
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : CANADIAN POLAROID NEWBIE :)
Réponses : 1
Vues : 679

Simply don't buy any old Polaroid film. That stuff is junk. New film from Impossible Project is the way to go!

I think you can get the manual from the butkus site
par Mofapilot
jeu. 24 mars 2016 / 08:43 am
Forum : Polaroid® Passion community
Sujet : Polaroid Passion Down tomorrow
Réponses : 2
Vues : 2546

Will it reduce the spambots?
par Mofapilot
lun. 21 mars 2016 / 19:24 pm
Forum : Sales
Sujet : Selling Polaroid Image System and SX-70 alpha 1
Réponses : 0
Vues : 3621

Selling Polaroid Image System and SX-70 alpha 1

Hey,

I'm selling these cameras. If you're interested, PM me
par Mofapilot
mer. 11 novembre 2015 / 12:58 pm
Forum : Buy / Research
Sujet : wanted 500 instant film
Réponses : 3
Vues : 1473

The cameras with the cheapest film available are the Polaroid 100 series. The film for Polaroid SX-70/600/Spectra cameras is more expensive, but available from Impossible Project. Or you try the new Polaroid Snap with ZINK paper. The alternative is using the Instax types of Fuji. These are modern ca...
par Mofapilot
mar. 08 septembre 2015 / 08:04 am
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : New from NC
Réponses : 3
Vues : 9292

Its not unbelieveable they are so cheap, because the cameras are/were the very low end of camera technology/quality. Even the SLR top model has only one aperture and only automatic times...
par Mofapilot
mar. 08 septembre 2015 / 07:59 am
Forum : Polaroid® 600 Series
Sujet : Film/Battery?
Réponses : 1
Vues : 1977

You can't reload the batteries. You could exchange the Polaroid pack battery with one from the Impossible Project, but you have to work in pitch darkness...
I think its not worth the work, because the chemicals have mostly dried up...
par Mofapilot
mar. 08 septembre 2015 / 07:48 am
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : Hello
Réponses : 1
Vues : 1323

I think this forum is mostly dead nowadays. You should try reddit.com/r/polaroids which is quite active
par Mofapilot
mar. 08 septembre 2015 / 07:46 am
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : Hello I'm nem
Réponses : 1
Vues : 1534

I think, this forum is mostly dead.
If you have problems with your camera, you should describe them, but often its easier to get a new one than to repair it, because there are no real circuit diagrams etc for these cameras...
par Mofapilot
dim. 09 août 2015 / 23:15 pm
Forum : Welcomes and Introductions
Sujet : HEY! Polaroid club photography? Yay or nay?
Réponses : 3
Vues : 1792

To reduce red eyes, just move the flash away to one side with an flash holder! It'll be fine!
par Mofapilot
dim. 09 août 2015 / 23:12 pm
Forum : Polaroid® 600 Series
Sujet : I could use some advice!
Réponses : 5
Vues : 2059

So you just learned the lesson, not to force anything on a camera, because cameras are fragile machines even the cheap ones polarf
par Mofapilot
mar. 14 juillet 2015 / 22:56 pm
Forum : Buy / Research
Sujet : Polaroid 365 electronic flash
Réponses : 2
Vues : 2525

Still searching...
par Mofapilot
mar. 23 juin 2015 / 18:44 pm
Forum : Polaroid® SX-70 & 1000, 2000... Land Camera
Sujet : New Camera to my daughter
Réponses : 1
Vues : 2015

I recommend getting an foldable SX-70 or an 100 series Land Camera (minimum: ragefinder) :super:
par Mofapilot
mer. 01 avril 2015 / 09:05 am
Forum : Polaroid® SX-70 & 1000, 2000... Land Camera
Sujet : Revolutionary lens for all Polaroid SX-70 Cameras @ ::mint::
Réponses : 19
Vues : 12068

Re: aux lens for SX-70s

photog a écrit :Sound very interesting, looking forward to see some " new" stuff from an SX-70

It's a long dead thread, you know...
par Mofapilot
mar. 31 mars 2015 / 03:40 am
Forum : Polaroid® Type 100/80 Cameras
Sujet : Polaroid 430 / Fuji film Question
Réponses : 3
Vues : 1911

I'm using a digital timer back and the timer itself doesn't even touch the cartridge! I think its somekind of myth...

But(!) I think, that the leaf springs on the timer models push the cartridge a little bit more than on the most other models, so bending them back should work fine!

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