The Polaroid 600 Business edition is a film camera for instant photography produced by Polaroid in the 90s.
Polaroid instant cameras were intended for the widest range of users, simplicity and ease of operation made it possible to take pictures without being a photographer and without knowledge in the field of photography. A special advantage was that there was no need for laboratory processing of the film, as well as printing in a photo lab. It was enough just to press the button and get an instant colorful photo.
It was with these cameras that all the pictures that we remember so well from childhood were taken in the 90s.
Made in the UK.
Polaroid released several identical models in this color variant. The name SUN 600, Supercolor, Spirit 600, Lightmixer 600, LM, LMS and others can be printed on the front panel of the camera, this is the same camera, the inscription on the front panel may vary.
Examples of POLAROID photos here.
- 16mm f/11 lens single element
- fixed focus
- electronic shutter
- optional Close-Up lens for shooting at a distance of 0,6 - 1,2 meters
- shutter speed range 1/4 - 1/200 sec
- built-in switchable photo flash
- folding case with original design
- automatic frame counter
- portable strap
Since the shutter speed range is not too wide, when shooting with the Polaroid Spirit 600 camera, you can use a simple rule: we always shoot indoors with a flash, and in good natural light outdoors, you can do without a flash.
Polaroid does not require special shooting skills. This is an emotional type of photography, in which your impression of the subject that you are about to capture plays a special role. The camera makes all exposure settings automatically, and you only need to press the shutter button at the right moment and watch how the picture develops in your hands.