Polaroid One 600 Classic VS Polaroid Job Pro 2


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nicholas68

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hi,

the job pro 2.....the Job Pro uses Polaroid 600 integral film.The Job Pro and - its successor the Job Pro 2 - are cast in bright 'safety' yellow, to highlight their suitability for building and work sites. The bodies are reportedly designed for durability, but on examination they seem practically identical to 600 models of their era.

Polaroid also released two 'Business Edition' 600 models; these were essentially the same cameras as the Job Pro and Job Pro 2 with different colouration.

Features common to this series of special market 600-series integral film cameras are: * 116mm fixed-focus 1-element plastic lens * Close-up adaptor that slides across lens * Flash auto-fires for every picture * Exposure compensation buttons on camera front.
It also used Polaroid's special Light Management System (LMS). This camera uses standard 600 films which can be gotten anywhere in photo developing stores. You can try getting cheaper ones at Peninsular Plaza or centrepoin or bishan junction 8 or simlim alan or ruby or novena ,,,


Product Features^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Point-and-shoot camera
Built-in automatic flash
Adjustable neckstrap comfortable for carrying
Frame indicator displays the number of pictures remaining
Lighten/darken control allows adjustments for lighting conditions
Instant results but shoot sparing- film not free leh...;p
Light weight to enhance portability


#POLAROID ONE 600 CLASSIC

INSTANT CAMERA-SHOTS AS CLOSE AS 3 FT.

-AUTO FLASH-ONE BUTTON SIMPLE

-FOCUS-FREE LENS -DIGITAL LCD DISPLAYS PICTURE COUNT

-WRIST STRAP-USES POLAROID 600 INSTANT FILM

SPECIFICATIONS:

Camera Type: Folding, compact instant photo camera with built-in flash
Film Format: Polaroid 600 instant film; 10-frame packs
Flash Range: 3-10 ft. (0.9 - 3.0 M); features red-eye reduction; recycling time approx. 6 seconds
Focal Length: 3.0 x 3.1-inches (7.6 x 7.6 cm) image area; 100mm focal length
Focus Range: Fixed focus; 3 ft. to infinity (0.9 M - infinity)
Lens System: Two element plastic lens; working f/# = 12.9; infinite conjugate f/# = 12.2
Focus System: Fixed focus
Film Counter: Electronic LCD readout; counts down to show number of pictures remaining
Max. Development Time: Approx. 3 minutes at 70°F (21°C)
Max. Aperture: f/12.9
Shutter Speed: 1/3 to 1/200 (seconds)
Power Source: Self-contained 6-volt battery in film cassette
Dimensions (HxWxD): Closed - 2.6" H x 4.7" W x 6.2" D (6.6 x 11.9 x 15.7 cm)
Opened - 3.6" H x 4.7" W x 6.2" D (9.1 x 11.9 x 15.7 cm)
Weight: Approx. 18 oz. (0.6 Kg) without film cassette or box or casig or strap

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eamesboy

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Go check out the pictures taken by both cameras.
See it for yourself and you will know which one to choose!

Link : www.polanoid.net

One600 Classic are better than Job Pro 2!

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Hey, Hows It Going? Just Wanted To Know If The Job Pro Construction Camera Takes Any Other Film? Hearing About Fujifilms Take Over I Thought They Might Sell Film To Suit But Im Not Sure What To Buy. If You Could Help Me Out That Would Be Great.
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