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Polaroid: Barbie Instant Camera
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c1999. Instant film camera.
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Polaroid 600 Barbie Edition Instant Camera is one of the most favorite Polaroid camera color combinations. The Barbie Limited Edition flip top with flash takes 600 film, has a 116mm f/11 single element fixed focus lens, built-in close-up lens, built in flash (powered by film cartridge), shutter speed range of 1/4 to 1/200 of a second, optical viewfinder, and a handy carry strap. All features are also powered by film cartridge and this includes the picture extruding drive. The 600 series of Polaroid is the perfect camera for beginners. The Polaroid 600 camera is a simple point-and-shoot that is fun, quick and easy-to-use. The Barbie instant camera was introduced in 1999 and though Polaroid sold the Company to PLR IP Holdings, LLC you can still buy the 600 film now supplied by the Company Impossible Project founded in 2008 just after Polaroid announced it was stopping all instant film production. Impossible Project bought the production machinery from Polaroid for $3.1 million dollars and leased a building, called Building Noord, which was formerly part of the Polaroid plant in Enscheda, Netherlands. The rest still writes history.
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