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This device is part of the second wave of Polaroid's 600 series cameras that were developed between the 1980's and 1990's. It would instantly develop the film in about three minutes and the battery was integrated into the film pack.

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won't hold film once its in

When I put my film in, the camera spits all 8 undeveloped pictures out one by one. Is there anything I can do to stop this? What is wrong?

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It sounds like your shutter release may be stuck in. Lightly push out the shutter release. There is a second release just behind the first. Do the same with it.

I would try putting the exposed prints back in the film pack. Remove the pack from the camera and slide the prints in the same way they come out. You have to press down the metal spring on the far end to slide the prints in all the way.

Now put it back in the camera to see if it functions correctly. As long as the battery is still go you can continue try this or use this pack to test another camera.

Note this camera sells for under 20 shipped on ebay.

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