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    Get in the Way Back Machine and then you could send it to Polaroid and they'd send you a current reburded camera. I used to find these all over the place for a buck or 2 and exchange them for SX-70s. Only cost was shipping, something like $5. One Christmas I gave more than a dozen out to friends and relatives. Polaroid wanted their customers not be be left out in the cold. I wonder when the last roll of film is made if companies such as Nikon, Canon and Olympus will offer such a program.

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    Old Polaroids don't die - someone always resurrects them. Converted my Model 95 into a 6x12 since 120 film was easier to get and to use.




    http://www.pbase.com/qzone/polaroid_6x12

    It took awhile, but still works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Monkey View Post
    Old Polaroids don't die - someone always resurrects them. Converted my Model 95 into a 6x12 since 120 film was easier to get and to use.




    http://www.pbase.com/qzone/polaroid_6x12

    It took awhile, but still works great.

    That looks great. I am interested in converting one to 6x12 as well once I find a good body.

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    I am at this moment adding a packfilm back from a cheap plastic Polaroid to a 150 which I think is very close to the 800. I have taken ideas from several online how to's. My eyes and hands are not as good as they use to be but so far it has been easy. Measure twice and cut once.
    “In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took,
    but how many moments took your breath away.”
    ― Shing Xiong

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