Polaroid Amigo 620 Camera
The Polaroid Amigo 620 camera was a strange model and slightly more advanced than the ordinary 600 model, and design in beige colour and added with a close-up lens.
- One (1) Polaroid Amigo 620 Camera
The Amigo 620 was introduced in the early 1980s for Polaroid’s 600-series integral film. The Amigo is a strange model because, although it lacks a built-in flash (a socket on its flip-up hood requires special “Flash 600” flashbars), it does include the added sliding close-up lens, allowing for photos as close as 2 feet.
The Amigo 620 from Polaroid’s Polaroid Integral 600 Series was slightly more advanced than the OneStep 600, and the initial model was beige instead instead of black. It had no flash, but added a “close-up lens”, which was a piece of plastic that slid in front of the lens for shots closer than 4 feet.
Samples of Amigo Polaroid films
The Polaroid LMS 600 works with any of Impossible’s 600-speed film.
PX100 / PX600 Silver Shade
This camera produces instant developing photographs in the classic Polaroid format so many of us are familiar with. You will be able to shoot vintage style pictures in the classic square format with the white border.
Polaroid Light Management System Camera
116mm f/19 fixed-focus 1-element plastic lens
Cameras are refurbished to make it to be in good appearance. Some may have experienced some small signs of wear, but mechanisms and overall condition are good.
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