The Polaroid Spirit was one of the first cameras designed to use type 600 film (this film is still available today from Polaroid Originals and sold at most cameras stores). It's a relatively simple camera with a very striking angular styling that differs from later models.
The camera was tested with a film pack and is working correctly.
Note that this model does not feature a built-in flash so it is best used outdoors or in brightly lit interiors. It is compatible with Polaroid Flashbars.
Feature highlights * Lens: 116mm f/11 * Fixed focus (sharpest at 4-5 feet). * Shutter: electronic; automatic speed between 1/4-1/200 sec. * No electronic flash. Has socket for flashbars instead which sit above a plastic flap which flips down to protect lens and controls.