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Party like it’s 1969.

This camera is clean, in good cosmetic condition, and working great! The spreader bars are clean, the battery chamber is free of corrosion, and the lens in in very good condition. The camera shows only very minor rubbing. It comes with 2 new AA batteries installed. I also installed a new, unexpired pack of Fujifilm FP100C film and took three photos to be sure that it worked (see last photo), so you have 7 shots left. This film is readily available from Fujifilm. I have not used flashcubes with this camera, but I don’t have any reason to believe that the flashcube socket wouldn’t work. It also has its original cold-clip on the back. The cold-clip's adhesive strip may need to be replaced, as they often lose their stickiness. The plastic case's hardware shows some corrosion, and there is a small tear on the top (see photo).

You will receive:
Polaroid Colorpack II Camera
2 new AA batteries, installed
1 new roll of unexpired Fujifilm FP100C film, installed (7 shots)
A box-type case

This is a very easy camera to use. You just set the distance, click, and pull out the photo. 30 - 45 seconds later, your photo is ready to peel. It amazes children and compels strangers to gawk. You will love it!

You can see photos that I've taken with my Polaroids on flickr at:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnandjohnnie/sets/72157627579285490/

Date: 1969 – 1972
Original Retail Price: $29.95
Producer: Polaroid
Color: Grey
Lens: 114 mm, f/9.2, 3 element
Film: 100 series packfilm, speeds 75 and 3000 (now uses FP3000B, and FP100B or FP100C on the 75 speed setting)
Focus: turn distance-marked front lens element
Flash: flashcube socket and plastic diffuser; uses blue dot flashcubes
Additional: has metal “spreader bars” instead of rollers

ABOUT OUR CAMERAS:
All of our vintage cameras are about 40 - 60 years old, so please understand that there may be some imperfections due to age. Most of these cameras have been in storage for a long time and may retain a slightly musty odor, however I clean each camera thoroughly inside and out with a mild cleaner. Although our cameras come from various places, we are a non-smoking home and are sensitive to scents, so we do our best to ensure that your camera is as clean as possible. We take time and care selecting, cleaning, and testing our cameras. We only sell cameras that we would personally use or give as gifts.

FUTURE MAINTENANCE:
Please remember that part of maintenance for a Polaroid camera includes periodically cleaning the rollers or spreader bars between film changes as chemicals from the film will build up and eventually cause corrosion. Batteries can also cause damage over time, so it is a good idea to remove the battery when the camera is not in use for an extended period.

SHIPPING:
Shipping cost is estimated for delivery to the west coast. If you live closer to the east coast, shipping may be less. International shipping may also be over-estimated. I will refund any overage over $1.

Whenever possible, we will use recycled materials to carefully pack your item. Your item will be shipped quickly via USPS Priority or Priority International with tracking and delivery confirmation.

If you are interested in vintage cameras and accessories, you might be interested in some of our other listings. Combined shipping rates below do not reflect actual discounts, which are determined based on weight and usually save you more money than estimated. We combine shipping based on the actual shipping cost and will refund any overage.

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Working Vintage Polaroid Colorpack II Instant Camera with Case, New Film, Batteries, and Cold-clip

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: film
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 71 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people