Tuesday, February 3, 2009

score.

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found this bad boy at the d.i. for $3 with the original manual and everything. I have been dying to try it out! now who knows where to score the film. dish. 

11 comments:

Kayleen T. Photography said...

I don't know about the film, sorry. But this picture of your camera is print and hang on your wall worthy! lol! I love it!

Erin said...

Wow, what an awesome camera.

Ginnie said...

Saaaa-weet! I have never been so lucky to score a find like that at the D.I. Seriously awesome!

Jessica said...

That's so rad!!! I love the photo of it too. You might be able to find some leads from this site: http://www.rwhirled.com/landlist/landhome.htm

I sure hope you get some film and can rock it. I totally want to see your results!

Jessica
www.MomShots.com

will and tiff said...

now that IS a steal of a deal. score.

Tiffany said...

Ah, I am so jealous!

Design Gal said...

see? I knew you'd find one! well done!

Martha said...

Sweet!

Jenny said...

Hey Jess-
I read a post about how no one was making it anymore except someone 'saved' it... find out more here: http://consumerist.com/5140730/polaroid-saved

that should help:) love your blogs. hope all is well!!

xoxox- jenny DB

Daisy said...

I shoot both a 210 and a 360, great cameras!!! this sight has tons of good info. http://www.rwhirled.com/landlist/landhome.htm
I get film here, http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=itemlist&cat1=Film%20%26%20Darkroom&cat2=Film&cat3=Instant%20Film%20%26%20Accessories

The FP100b is a great outdoor film (the b stands for black and white) the FP100c is the color version of the same thing. For indoor work go with the FP3000B (black and white) or FP3000C (color)

Daisy said...

btw, that was my brother-in-law posting as me - so if you have any follow-up questions, I can channel them to him.