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Developing the same photo twice possible?

Publié : mer. 20 décembre 2017 / 18:02 pm
par tempo11
Hi!

I have a fully functional Polaroid SLR 680 camera. I want to know more about how it works.

Let's say I take a picture that is instantly developed. Is it somehow possible to develop the same photo twice (or more times)? Is the picture "stored" somwhere on the device? If yes, which part of the camera stores the pictures.

Cheers!

Publié : mer. 20 décembre 2017 / 21:14 pm
par Leosfcdt
lol.
no

Publié : mer. 20 décembre 2017 / 21:48 pm
par CCédric
Welcome in a non digital world !

Publié : jeu. 21 décembre 2017 / 10:16 am
par OliveDKS
With analog cameras like a SLR 680 it's not possible. But digital/analog hybrids camera like the Instax SQ10 can do that. ;-)

Publié : jeu. 21 décembre 2017 / 11:20 am
par consommable
... and other from Polaroid than the POP.

Publié : jeu. 21 décembre 2017 / 14:11 pm
par tempo11
Thank you for all replies! I actually think this non-storage feature of old analog polaroid cameras is excellent.

Another question: Let's say I use newly produced film from Polaroid Originals and take a photo. If I put the picture away in an box or something, should I be worried that the picture has faded in 10 years? What about 20 years? Or 30?

Publié : jeu. 21 décembre 2017 / 15:12 pm
par ulf
tempo11 a écrit :Thank you for all replies! I actually think this non-storage feature of old analog polaroid cameras is excellent.

Another question: Let's say I use newly produced film from Polaroid Originals and take a photo. If I put the picture away in an box or something, should I be worried that the picture has faded in 10 years? What about 20 years? Or 30?


come back in 30 years and we'll tell you!

more seriously, we don't know... brand new product, chemicals, we have no idea how long it is going to last. it should be OK, but...

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