Tested and Working Vintage PolaroidOneStep 600 Instant Film Camera with 1 Pack of Impossible Project Color 600 Film and one flash bar good for 10 photos
The camera shoots original Polaroid 600 integrated instant film as well as compatible film now being manufactured by the good folks at The Impossible Project (TIP). The pictures produced are all one of a kind, vintage style, self-developing photos in the classic square format with the white border that everyone immediately knows as a “Polaroid”.
Supported by a strategic relationship with Summit Global Group, a longtime Polaroid partner, and The Impossible Project, the manufacturer of classic film for Polaroid film cameras, Polaroid will offer a completely redesigned, modern version of the Polaroid OneStep camera, the PIC 1000. The PIC 1000 will be available in a range of fun colors and use classic Polaroid Color 600 Instant Film to produce the brand’s classic white border instant pictures. The Polaroid Color 600 Instant Film will work with both classic and new Polaroid cameras and will be offered in packs of 10 pictures. The new classic PIC 1000 camera and instant color film will be available at national retailers in 2010. -Polaroid Press Release
The film at the time came out of the camera like they do today but a liquid film had to be applied directly on the film and then be allowed to dry. If I recall that process kept the image from fading. Of that I am NOT positive. I can tell you that the process of a coat of liquid on the image is no longer needed. Years back a different kind of film was used withe the later Polaroid cameras that were manufactured. Today the Polaroid 600 Instant Film is most widely used and available. It can be found in most places where camera film is sold.