Hello from Oregon
I've been a long-time on-again, off-again Polaroid shooter. I borrowed a teacher's Polaroid Spectra in my senior year in college, and really wanted to buy my own, but they were really expensive back then, and I just never got one. Years later I inherited my grandpa's Polaroid Land camera and used it occasionally with Fuji instant film, but then we misplaced that camera in a move somehow. A few years ago I bought a Polaroid 210 Land camera to replace my grandpa's lost camera. Now that Fuji doesn't make pack film for Land cameras anymore, I've found four packs of recently expired film and a new battery, and I took a picture to prove the system works. Unfortunately, there's a current drain in the camera, and the battery was dead the next day when I went to take another picture, so I'm going to wire in a CR123A battery holder so I can replace batteries more cheaply. I also found the close-up and wide-angle lenses for my grandpa's camera and his 250 wink light, but not the camera itself. I'll keep looking... there are only a few more unpacked boxes left to open.
Also, I bought an older Polaroid OneStep camera a couple of years ago. I ran a few packs of Impossible film through it, and watched as their film got progressively better. Now that they've changed their name to Polaroid, I'm curious to try out the new film both in a one of my 600 cameras and in my Spectra. I just hope they make Land camera peel-apart film someday.