Contrary to what you may think, not all Polaroid cameras take the same film. There are 5 types of Polaroid film: Go, i-Type, 600, SX-70, and 8×10. The most common Polaroid film is Polaroid 600 film in its distinctive blue box and has battery inside the film pack for vintage Polaroid 600 cameras to power the camera.
Should I keep i-Type film in the fridge? We recommend storing it flat (i.e. on the side with the largest surface area) inside a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 – 18°C (41 – 65°F). Do not freeze your film packs! This will damage the chemistry and prevent your film from working properly.
Should I refrigerate i-Type film?
Most photographers already know this tip, but keeping and storing your photographic film at refrigerator temperatures (13°C /50°F or lower) keeps it fresh and significantly increases the lifespan of the film. Do all Fujifilm Instax cameras use the same film? All Fujifilm Instax Mini instant cameras use the same size film. This includes the Instax Mini 90, Mini 70, Mini, 40, Mini 7s, Mini 8, Mini 9, Mini 11, Mini Liplay, and more. There are even some portable printers that connect to your smartphone that use Instax Mini instant film.
Do Instax cameras all take the same film?
All cameras with the Mini prefix use the same film. Mini 90, Mini 70, Mini 9, Mini 9, etc. Instax Mini photo are almost the exact size of US credit card 3.39" tall x 2.13" wide. The wide format is twice as big at 3.39" tall x 4.25" wide. Should you expose a Polaroid to light after clicking it? If you've ever shot instant film, then I'm sure you've heard it before: shield your photos from light! It's extremely important if you want the best results possible with your film.
Do professional photographers still use film?
Yes, there is an increasing usage of film in photography. Today, the old film cameras of a bygone era are more expensive than some full-frame DSLR cameras.