Collecting Cameras

This wretched lump of a camera is surprisingly cumbersome to use and delivers so-so images at best. Meet the Polaroid One600, surely the saddest Polaroid camera ever. Read my updated review here.

Polaroid One600

Updated review: Polaroid One600

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2 thoughts on “Updated review: Polaroid One600

  1. A stylish design, a historic artifact, but a lousy camera.
    On the whole, after the original (and expensive) SX-70 the Polaroid series went down hill rapidly, like falling off a cliff. There are only a few really good Polaroids, such as the old roll film versions or ‘100’-pack series with glass lenses. They made an awful lot of clunkers. I used to be able to get them for pennies, if I even bothered to pick them up.

    • There were a few gems in the plastic era, but you have to know which ones. For example, among the rigid plastic-bodied packfilm cameras, the one to get is an early Colorpack II as it has a glass lens.

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