Which film for Polaroid image system?

Which movie belongs in which Polaroid? Is there a difference between the vintage models and the Polaroid Originals generation? And can you use new movies in old cameras? We’ll clear up! hurry? Click here to go directly to the summary table.

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Polaroid 600 film in the Summerfruit Edition © Polaroid Originals Old or new Polaroid?

For beginners, the names Polaroid first missed a puzzle are the Polaroid to his film types. What does 600 stand for and i-Type has something to do with Apple? First of all, the most important difference is the age of the camera. After the official end of the Polaroid brand, the instant camera was revived by the so-called Impossible Project. The company from Denmark, which now again operates under the Polaroid brand, has developed a modern version of the classic instant camera. Models such as the Polaroid Now or the Onestep rely on the specially developed i-type film.

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i-type movie of the new Polaroid generation © Polaroid Originals Note: The references marked “Display” are so-called commission links. If you click on the link and make a purchase, we get a low commission. Your price stays the same and you support this site. Thank you! Polaroid cameras: matching movies in the overview

In the table below you will find at a glance Polaroid cameras and the matching movies. For more details about the films, the individual film types are explained in the lower part of the article. Click here for an overview of the most popular instant cameras by image size and format!

Camera i-Type Film 600 Type Film SX-70 Type 8 x 10 Film (Großformat) Image/Spectra Film
Polaroid Now
Polaroid OneStep 2 Viewfinder
Polaroid OneStep Plus
Polaroid 600 Camera – Square
Polaroid 600 Camera – Impulse
Polaroid Fragment SLR 680
Polaroid 600 Camera- One Step Close Up
Polaroid 600 Camera – Impulse Autofocus
Polaroid 600 Camera – Sun 660 Autofocus
Polaroid SX-70 Camera (mit und ohne Blitz) ✅ (mit zusätzl. Graufilter)
Polaroid SX-70 Camera Autofocus (mit und ohne Blitz) ✅ (mit zusätzl. Graufilter)
Polaroid Image/Spectra Camera (Full Switch od. One Switch)
8 x 10 large format cameras

i-Type Movie

  • Format: 1:1
  • Picture size without border: 79 x 79 mm
  • Frame size with border: 107 x 88 mm
  • ISO: 640
  • i-Type Film in the Stanger Things Special Edition © Polaroid Originals

The i-Type film is specifically designed for the latest generation of instant cameras from Polaroid Originals. The big difference from other films is the lack of a battery in the movie. The new models have a built-in battery, an additional power source in the film is therefore unnecessary. This is what the use of the i-Type is much more environmentally friendly compared to other films. The use of i-Type movies is not possible with older models such as those of the 600 series due to the lack of battery. The i-Type is available in color and black and white.

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  • Format: 1:1
  • Picture size without border: 79 x 79 mm
  • Frame size with border: 107 x 88 mm
  • ISO: 640
  • Type 600 Color Photo © Polaroid Originals

Polaroid’s 600 series was launched in the early 1980s and still has a loyal fan base. The film does not differ in principle from the i-type film, ISO and dimensions are is the same. However, with the 600 film, the battery is installed in the film for operation. The 600 models such as the SLR680 or the LM630 do not have a built-in power source. The 600 film can be easily used in the new models such as the OneStep 2. However, the built-in battery is not used and the higher price makes its use unattractive.

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  • Format: 1:1
  • Picture size without border: 79 x 79 mm
  • Frame size with border: 107 x 88 mm
  • ISO: 160
  • Black and white photo of the SC-70 movie © Polaroid Originals

The for this film’s eponymous camera SX-70 was the predecessor of the 600 series, and today it is once again distributed by Polaroid Originals for lovers. The format and size are the same as the i-Type and 600 series, only the ISO value is significantly lower at 160. Thanks to the Impossible Project (the predecessor of Polaroid Originals), there is now enough SX-70 type film to buy. For friends of Special Edition Filmpacks of the 600 series, there is also good news: 600 Type films can also be used in SX-70 models thanks to a special Neutral Density Filter! The SX-70 film itself is available in color and black and white.

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  • Format: 8:10
  • Picture size without border: 241 x 190 mm
  • Frame size with border: 325 x 215 mm
  • ISO: 640

8 x 10 film is a special instant film for classic large format cameras . Due to the complex handling, this type of instant film photography is only practiced by a small circle of instant film enthusiasts. However, the quality of the photos is unique due to the level of detail and quality. Available in color and black and white.

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Image/Spectra Film in Colour © Polaroid Originals image/Spectra movie

Spectra Film is a wide-format instant film for the Polaroid Image/Spectra cameras developed in the 1980s. However, due to the low quality of the cameras compared to other Polaroid models, Polaroid Originals has decided to stop producing image/spectra films.

  • Format: approx. 2:3
  • Picture size without border: 73 x 91 mm
  • Frame size with border: 103 x 102 mm
  • ISO: 640

Type 100/Peel-Apart/Pack Movie

Type 100 Film, also called peel-apart, separating or wrapping film, is a film for a series of Polaroid instant cameras. These include legendary models such as the Polaroid Automatic Land Camera or the “Big Shot”. In this type of film, negative and positive are separated by hand after the development period. After Fujifilm, the last manufacturer of this film, ceased production in 2016, Type 100 films were only available on the second-hand market. First a Kickstarter project by Viennist Florian “Doc” Kaps, known for the legendary Impossible Project, enabled a resumption of wrapping film production. The film, which is available under the name ONE INSTANT Packfilm Type 100 P7 Color, is suitable for all classic Type 100 wrapping film cameras and is produced by hand in an environmentally friendly process. Click here for the Type 100 packing movie in the Supersense webshop!

  • Format: approx. 2:3
  • Picture size without border: 73 x 95 mm
  • Frame size with border: 85 x 120 mm
  • ISO: 100

VIDEO: Tom compares i-Type, 600 movie and SX-70!

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