Post # 1
Many have reported that Polaroid has discontinued production of their camera and film; while true, these products continue to be readily available for sale through sites like Adesso Albums (http://www.adessoalbums.com), who in addition to selling both the camera and film at affordable pricing, also retails photo albums specifically tailored to fit your Polaroid pictures.
Additionally, through a mission called The Impossible Project (http://www.the-impossible-project.com), integral film for Polaroid cameras will continue to be produced in 2010.
Please help spread the word that Polaroid IS in fact alive and well!
Post # 3
That’s great news – thanks for posting!
Post # 5
Yay!!!!! I love polariod… i can’t believe they would discontinue it!! 🙁
Post # 6
Thanks for the tip! My mom has a couple of polaroid cameras, but we were worried about being able to find film that didn’t expire before my September 2009 wedding. This info should help!
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2009 - Bernardo Winery
Thanks for posting this – I inherited a Polariod Camera a few months ago, but didn’t know where to get film.
Post # 8
The least expensive place to find film (particularly film that isn’t expired) for a Polaroid camera is Office Depot online. $44.99 for four packs of 600 film with 10 photos.
If you can, try not to order off of eBay (unless you really can’t find it anywhere else). Many of the sellers buy from a chain store like OD and resell it for a much higher price.
Post # 9
That makes my DAY I love polaroids!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
Woahdang, that’s a lot for polaroid film!
I need to dig up my old one. 🙂