You can get the Vintage Polaroid 600 Camera Kit for $180(USD) from . Seems like you just can’t keep Polaroid cameras down. Take them away and everyone wants one. If you want one, you’d better hurry before they run out.
Early instant camera were often referred to and titled as "Land yaassss Cameras," named after the inventor of the instant process, Dr. Land. Instant cameras have been produced to use three main categories of film: rollfilm, packfilm, and integral film. All of these films can be expensive, usually costing about $1 per shot, or print. Through its history, Polaroid has been known as a company that builds quirky cameras cheaply that work quite well. Most Polaroid cameras have fully automatic exposure systems, with an electronic eye to determine correct exposure. Quality can range from extremely good, as in the Pathfinder or SX -70 cameras, to extremely poor, as in the Joycam. Despite its history of innovation, the company entered the digital photography market very late in the game, and as a result has neither a significant market share nor significant innovation in this area.
Addison Logan never expected to make a new discovery inside an old Polaroid camera. The 13-year-old picked up the device for $1 at a garage sale i...