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I have cleaned up the camera and lens with rubbing alcohol and a whole lot of Q-tips and cotton balls. It is a rare bright blue color that was a limited edition. Camera is in good vintage condition. I have inspected and cleaned the rollers and moving parts in the camera. I have used this camera mainly indoors with the flash. You can see in the last picture s Polaroid that I took with the camera. I took the camera out for my boyfriends birthday and every shot came out excellent! This camera does not come with the manual.
Designed for Polaroid's 600-series integral film, the Impulse models are similar in body design to the OneStep or Pronto! models released for SX-70 film in that they feature a non-folding plastic body, single-element plastic lens and fixed focus.
The basic Impulse model as shown here is usually found in a dark gray color, but there were a variety of different colors of Impulse released including yellow, red and light gray. The body is a hard-wearing plastic, and features rubber grips around the rear, a tripod-socket, flash-ready light and film counter. The flash is raised by pressing down onto the top of the unit; this also turns the camera on and retracts the lens cover.
Features common to all Impulse fixed-focus models are:
Single element plastic lens with fixed aperture (116mm, f9)
4 ft minimum focus distance.
Exposure compensation controls below lens.
Flash fires for every shot; cannot be user controlled.
You can find film from the Impossible Project in Black and White and in Color
I would also go over their individual websites that talk about the film itself. I went through a lot of film before I started to get the hang of it. I would read the following:
Please let me know if you have any questions.
**** All of my "film tested" cameras are tested with actual film, and not an empty film cartridge to see if it powers up and goes through the motions. I am making sure that everything works (shutter, mechanics, spreader bars, etc.. ), and that the pictures come out and are able to develop. Film is not cheap so that is why the cameras are a little more expensive than some other shops. I am giving you the peace of mind that the camera is definitely going to work when you put unused film in it! ***
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