Welcome back to Film Friday! Where I review cameras from my own collection and give my opinion, and share my results. This week we’ll be looking at the Polaroid 600 Extreme.
The Polaroid 600 Extreme is a Polaroid instant camera that uses the iconic integral Instant film.
Being what it is, there is very little in the way of exposure control apart from a slider which will dictate how light or dark the finished print will be. This is handy for fine tuning your exposure when it come to making images in more of a trial and error matter over any kind of precice metering.
Even with the somewhat basic exposure system the camera does have some interesting fetures, including: a portrait lens, and the option to use flash or not for an image due to having a double shutter button. The images above were shot using the new Impossible Project film which is actually quite nice as they offer a range of frame styles and the option to have monochrome or colour film.