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Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film (5-Pack, 40 Exposures)

BH #POITCLRF40 • MFR #006010
Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film (5-Pack, 40 Exposures)
Key Features
  • For i-Type Cameras
  • Classic White Frame
  • Image Area: 3.1 x 3.1"
  • ISO 640
Including five packs of film, this bundle of Color i-Type Instant Film from Polaroid contains 40 total sheets of film for use with i-Type cameras.
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Polaroid Color i-Type Overview

Including five packs of film, this bundle of Color i-Type Instant Film from Polaroid contains 40 total sheets of film for use with i-Type cameras.

Polaroid Color i-Type Specs

Film Format
Polaroid Originals i-Type
Film Type
Color
ISO/ASA Film Speed
640
Image Area
3.11 x 3.11" / 79 x 79 mm
Image Shape
Rectangle
Film Size (W x H)
4.21 x 3.46" / 107 x 88 mm
Border
White
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.19 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
4.9 x 3.9 x 0.9"

Polaroid Color i-Type Reviews

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whats the difference between the film that has a ...

whats the difference between the film that has a battery and the polaroid film that doesn't ? is it just that you can only use this with a camera by polaroid?
Asked by: peter
The Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film (5-Pack, 40 Exposures) is compatible with Polaroid i-Type cameras, including the OneStep 2, OneStep+, the Polaroid Now, and the Polaroid Lab. Because it is battery-free, it won’t work for vintage Polaroid cameras.
Answered by: Lawrence C
Date published: 2023-09-08

can you use i-Type film on the SX-70 camera?

can you use i-Type film on the SX-70 camera?
Asked by: Nathanael
The i-Type film is only for the i-Type cameras but you can use Polaroid Color SX-70 Instant Film (8 Exposures) BH #POSX70CLRFLM • MFR #6004 for the sx 70 cameras.
Answered by: Jessica G
Date published: 2023-01-20

The "Polaroid" film says "used". Is it outdated? ...

The "Polaroid" film says "used". Is it outdated? What is the expiration date? Question for SX70 AND 600 type films.
Asked by: Edward
This Polaroid film including the Polaroid Color 600 Instant Film (8 Exposures), BH # PO600CLRFILM and the Polaroid Color SX-70 Instant Film (8 Exposures), BH # POSX70CLRFLM are brand new. The expiration date would be within 6 months to 1 year from now.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-06-18
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