Yes, Astrid. I have one and love it. It's not quite as manual as I'd prefer and takes a lot of tweaking (taping the flash, careful framing) but when I
oops. premature post... I meant to say, when all goes well, I really love the results. Plus, film is new and easy to get. Good luck!
åh! har ikke hørt om det før engang, men nå kjenner jeg at jeg trenger å støte på en ønskekvist imorgen den dag.
Hi Astrid, I also have one and I love it too. I would definitely tape over the flash with some black insulation tape as well. The camera does not fair too well indoors or at night time, so I usually avoid using it during then so as not to waste pictures. It works best in bright sunshine and you can get some good effects at sunset and sunrise too.
i don't have one, but i wanna have one. no: i definitely NEED one!
I love Polaroid cameras, so I always have people looking for old ones for me. Just today, I was given ten packages of film for this camera. There are 20 exposures in each package... That adds up to 200 exposures!!! So I am defiantly going to get one of these cameras! :D