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he One Step Flash was the first model in the second wave of Polaroid's 600-series. It added an integral flash to the basic design of the square-cornered Polaroid OneStep 600. Features include a close-up option and a slider to adjust exposure for either lighter or darker. Also has two buttons for taking a photo. The first is the red one, but right behind that there is a black one that is used to expose a picture without firing the flash.

I put an old working cartridge in the camera to test and it does turn on (the mechanics activate and move as they should) and it pushed out a photo. The flash fired as well. The film in the cartridge I have expired long ago so I was unable to actually expose a picture. This camera takes 600 film which can be purchased from The Impossible Project online.

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Polaroid Camera OneStep Flash


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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