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Polaroid Sun 600 LMS Light Management System - Bicentennial Limited Edition - Film Tested and Working Special Limited Edition Rare Polaroid

Polaroid Sun 600 LMS Light Management System - Bicentennial Limited Edition - Film Tested and Working Special Limited Edition Rare Polaroid

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Craft type: Photography
  • Materials: impossible project, film, Polaroid, OneStep, impossible 600 film

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Description

Limited edition "We the People" Polaroid Sun600 LMS Instant Camera.

This POLAROID camera is in great working condition and in great cosmetic condition. The output unit runs well, the pressure rollers spin and are corrosion/buildup free, and the flash works. The original neck strap is well attached, and everything opens and closes easily. This model has a red and green flash indicator lights on the back of the flash unit and they work perfectly.

The Polaroid Sun 600 LMS camera was first introduced in 1983. Though the exposure adjustment switch was available on several earlier models, it wasn’t christened the Light Management System until the Sun 600’s release.

A basic 600-series camera, the Sun 600 features an 116mm single-element plastic lens, fixed focus with a minimal focal length of 4 feet, electronic shutter and a built-in electronic flash.

Please see the photos for more information on the camera's condition.

Please note that this camera has been fully tested with actual film and cleaned inside and out.
All of our cameras have been pre-owned and therefore may have some cosmetic imperfections scuffs or marks.



(SL2725)
Limited edition "We the People" Polaroid Sun600 LMS Instant Camera.

This POLAROID camera is in great working condition and in great cosmetic condition. The output unit runs well, the pressure rollers spin and are corrosion/buildup free, and the flash works. The original neck strap is well attached, and everything opens and closes easily. This model has a red and green flash indicator lights on the back of the flash unit and they work perfectly.

The Polaroid Sun 600 LMS camera was first introduced in 1983. Though the exposure adjustment switch was available on several earlier models, it wasn’t christened the Light Management System until the Sun 600’s release.

A basic 600-series camera, the Sun 600 features an 116mm single-element plastic lens, fixed focus with a minimal focal length of 4 feet, electronic shutter and a built-in electronic flash.

Please see the photos for more information on the camera's condition.

Please note that this camera has been fully tested with actual film and cleaned inside and out.
All of our cameras have been pre-owned and therefore may have some cosmetic imperfections scuffs or marks.



(SL2725)

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