Travel back to the good old days of instant photography, when the only way to see images without waiting for them to be processed and printed was with a Polaroid camera. This Polaroid Sun 600 is a refurbished version of this classic instant camera that’s not like one you might find in a junk store.
Just like back in the day, this self-contained photographic studio from The Impossible Project shoots 3.1″ square prints on 600-series color glossy film. Prints come out in seconds, and and offer all kinds of fun and creative options, along with the analog look and permanence that only a printed photo can provide.
Drop over by the Technabob Shop, and you can grab a Polaroid 600 camera along with a single pack of film (eight exposures) for $119.99 – a 21% savings off the MSRP. Additional packs of film go for about $23 over at The Impossible Project. If you think that’s pricey, be sure to watch the video above to see how much effort has gone into preserving the lost art of creating instant film.