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    Is this the only polaroid film that can be manipulated, because I was really thinking of having a go.

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    Not sure what you mean by "manipulated", ajuk. Time-Zero, the SX-70 film that could be manipulated with a stylus (pushing the dyes around in the soft emulsion under the protective layer) is discontinuing, but 600/779 is still around and they and the Spectra films can be used for emulsion transfers and transparencies in the hot water process. Many of the peel-apart films, both pack and 4x5 single-shot packets, can be used for image transfers, and some also support emulsion lifts, including at least one B&W in pack films, possibly one in 4x5 packets as well.

    AFAIK, 665 and 85 were never in that category; their claim to fame was in producing a fine grain, high quality 3x3 or 3x4 negative from a $3 junk store camera (as well as from the very high quality 180 and 195 models and pack film backs for 4x5 cameras).

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