Polaroid for type 100 Fujifilm

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Polaroid for type 100 Fujifilm

Postby unclejeffie » Mon 14 April 2014 / 16:05 pm

Hey all,

My name is Jeff and I'm here.
I'm looking for a polaroid for type 100 film but I have 2 small questions for it.

Is that metal plate on the back necessary or not?
Are batteries necessary or is that only used for the flash?

Thanks in advance!

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Postby unclejeffie » Sat 03 May 2014 / 01:38 am

Hey,

I've got my eye on 2 camera's:

The first is a model EE100, the other is a Instant 30. What is the better option?

Need some advice because I just can't decide...

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Postby ulf » Sun 04 May 2014 / 00:39 am

EE100, without any doubts.

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Mr. CONNER: Wait a second, I was here first.
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A DONNER / ECHANGER:
pièces détachées pour pack 100


et puiske je peine à instantaner ces temps, voici la version digitale de mes frasques: https://www.instagram.com/ulf_ramirez/

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Postby 3rdTrick » Sun 04 May 2014 / 00:54 am

Jeff,
If you are referring to the metal plates that slide into the back of the Instant 30 and other cameras, it is not necessary. It is called a 'cold weather clip' and is for warming the prints by putting them under your arm while they develop. The EE100 was a 'Pro' series camera but in my opinion was not very 'Pro' with the plastic lens. It does have a tripod socket and flash sync that the Instant 30 may not. Both use AA batteries and are necessary for the exposure system. Just buy both. If you have to decide between them, you are paying too much...

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Postby unclejeffie » Tue 06 May 2014 / 22:07 pm

Alright then,

I've bought the EE100 as at the instant 30 isn't working anymore.

As for the price, I've paid 20 euro (+4 euro shipping) and it's in the original box and everything.
Here is the link to it:
http://www.kapaza.be/nl/vi/83950920.htm

Hope it's not to much...

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Postby 3rdTrick » Wed 07 May 2014 / 04:36 am

Sounds like a good deal. You will have lots of fun with it.
Be sure to scan and post your photos.


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