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PolaroidSUN 600 LMS

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by bill339 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:50 am

One of the earliest plus cheapest 600 series cameras produced by Polaroid, the Sun600 is identical to the Polaroid Job Pro released in 1992 after the 600, just a different color. The Sun600 was release in 1982 and discontinued in 1986. It has a (nearly) mandatory flash, fixed focus lens, and an exposure compensation switch. The Sun 600 fixed focus 116mm plastic lens is capable of a clear pictures from 4 feet to infinity. The LMS stands for light metering system and a manual light/dark slid adjuster is located under the lens. To take a photo without flash, you press down on the back sub-shutter button located behind the actual shutter release button. Film for the 600 series Polaroid’s is again available with the advent of Impossible-Project and old Polaroid packs still exist.

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