The Polaroid OneStep 600 was the first camera 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.