Cleaned 8×8 instant camera in [Excellent+], tested and fully working condition.
Comes with a strap and an expired type 600 film from impossible.
The camera is tested with film.
The camera was tested with an expired film from impossible.
That’s why the colours look so strange.
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There are almost no signs of use.
Tiny Scratches and marks.
Normal dust in the viewfinder, sensor and flash.
No fungus, scratches and nomal dust inclusions in the lens.
Polaroid is a traditional brand in the field of photography, which gained international popularity mainly through instant cameras and thus became the generic name for instant photography.
The Polaroid Supercolor 635CL is an 8×8 instant camera released by Polaroid in 1986. It takes type 600 film.
The camera’s built-in flash unit lifts up for picture-taking, folds down for carrying ease. The flash is designed to be used for every picture – outdoors and indoors. It charges automatically in about 3 seconds every time you load film into the camera when the flash unit is raised, when you have taken a picture, when you raise the flash unit with film already in the camera, or when you simply touch the shutter button.
The Supercolor 635CL has a built-in close-up lens which allows you to take pictures from as close as 60cm (2ft.).
Please take a close look at the pictures.