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    RESTORED and modernized Polaroid land pack cameras now in stock

    For the past few months we have had a barrage of requests for updated Land pack Polaroid cameras, so we have decided to try and carry several types of Polaroid cameras at any time (folding rangefinder, solid rangefinder and 50/60 Zeiss finder cameras).
    These Polaroid cameras take any 600 type peel apart polaroid packs, or fuji FP100c (or FP100b and FP3000b) as well as some col stuff from Impossible.

    All cameras are converted from the old and hard to find polaroid battery to modern CR123 3V (or AAA) batteries, so you can go out and about and never worry about running out as those are pretty common batteries that can be found at any corner store.

    All cameras are film tested and guaranteed to work as they should.

    In the future we hope to be able to offer some Manual conversion cameras with real lenses in shutters (such as the Ysarex/Yashinon) found on 110B old folders.


    We just finished working on a super cool Polaroid 360 (with a big rangefinder), and have several cameras listed ready to go.
    You can find them here:
    http://stores.ebay.com/catlabs-jobo-...ub=11655206018

    Have a special request for a specific model? Let us know and we can try to get it for you!
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    www.catlabs.info | https://www.facebook.com/CatLABS.of.JP | www.jobo-usa.com

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    Rather neat!

    I still have my dad's old Polaroid Land Camera which obviously I can't use any more, so it's nice to see them being retrofitted for today's film stock. (Kinda like re-spooling for 620 cameras!!)

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    Fuji pack film yes. Impossible no. That takes a completely different mechanism.

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    I just checked, and that is true - there is no impossible peel apart (though they did have some at one point)... so fuji it is!
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    www.catlabs.info | https://www.facebook.com/CatLABS.of.JP | www.jobo-usa.com



 

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