Polaroid Spectra in the original box and packaging! Near mint!
Polaroid introduced the Spectra camera system in 1986. It was a completely new camera line, and there was a corresponding new film. The Spectra film (called 'Image' outside North America) differs from 600 integral films in that it has a different image format: the 600 film is a square, while the Spectra film is a rectangular 9.2 x 7.3 cm dimension. The Spectra film is otherwise the same as 600 films - the ISO speed, the development method and the process remain the same. The Spectra camera series also has lenses on average better than the 600-film range; Most models use arc-shaped focusing lenses that rotate along the outer lens element to provide accurate focus rather than focusing correctly on the body. The distance between the inner lens elements. Spectra cameras are thought to take better pictures than a conventional 600 Polaroid camera.
Spectra film came with 10 shots per pack. After 10 shots, the camera went into EOP (end of pack) mode. Spectra film is also known as 1200
The Spectra uses Type 1200 Polaroid film, which has also been called Spectra and Image and is readily available
Each pack of film is integrated with it's own battery which powers the camera. The Impossible Project manufactures film for these cameras since Polaroid no longer does.
Perfect for a beginner!
Overall condition- Excellent
Example photos can be found here-https://www.lomography.com/magazine/8159-polaroid-spectra-image-system
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
- We gladly accept returns within 14 days of delivery if the item arrives defective outside of the detailed conditions when purchased or if any initial defects are present upon receiving the item