Custom Purple and Pink Polaroid Camera Impulse QPS 600 – Film Tested Working by ForgottenCharm
This is an amazing electronic camera that I have cleaned up and checked. It is in outstanding working condition. I have tested it with 600 Color Shade Instant Movie from The Impossible Task.
This cam has been customized a little bit by having the faceplate repainted an intense lavender and berry pink color. It is totally different from other Impulse cameras out there, making it distinct.
I have tidied up the camera and lens with rubbing alcohol and a great deal of Q-tips and cotton rounds. This cam is in great condition for its age. The neck strap is likewise in excellent condition so that you can take this baby anywhere you go. I have checked and cleaned the rollers and moving parts in the video camera. I have actually utilized this camera mainly inside your home with the flash. You can see in the last picture a Polaroid that I took with the electronic camera.
Kindly read my Review on the Polaroid Impulse Electronic camera in the link listed below:
Designed for Polaroid’s 600-series important movie, the Impulse models are comparable in body design to the OneStep or Pronto! designs released for SX-70 film in that they showcase a non-folding plastic body, single-element plastic lens and taken care of focus.
The standard Impulse model as shown right here is normally found in a dark gray color, but there were a range of different colors of Impulse released including yellow, red and light gray. The body is a hard-wearing plastic, and features rubber grips around the back, a tripod-socket, flash-ready light and film counter. The flash is raised by weighing down onto the top of the system; this also turns the cam on and retracts the lens cover.
Features common to all Impulse fixed-focus models are:
Single element plastic lens with dealt with aperture (116mm, f9)
4 ft minimum focus range.
Direct exposure compensation controls listed below lens.
Flash fires for every single shot; can not be user controlled.
You can discover film from the Difficult Job in Black and White and in Color
I would also review their individual sites that talk about the film itself. I went through a lot of movie before I began to master it. I would check out the following:
https:// shop.the-impossible- project.com/allabout/silvershade/
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