Bodies in general in good condition, functioning not tested. See description.
|Camera Type:||Instant Picture Camera|
|Year of Production:||1980|
|Country of Origin:||United Kingdom|
The Spirit 600 was the first camera designed to work with the 600 film and comes from the '70s. It has the 116 mm/f11 lens and an electronic shutter with speeds of 1/4-1/200. The other types have the same shutter. It does not have a built-in flash but a flashbar connector on top of the camera.
The 650 comes from 1982 and has the same shutter, built-in electronic flash and close-up lens of 2-4 ft.
The 600 CL is from 1997 with the same specifications as the 650 and close-up lens for less than 6 ft. This one has light scratches on top of the body and a film in the camera.
Includes an original Polaroid bag. Lot will be packaged well and and sent by registered mail.
|Member since:||December 19, 2013|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.You said "Working shutters": isn't like that. The shutter speed dial of the Zenit-E (no. 73124521) don't works properly.
You said "Very good, with slight signs of use" and have a lot of scratchesPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Dear sir,
When i tested the camera's the schutters did work, i only don't know if the times are correct. I don't recall the scratches you mention, i took a look at the pictures and don't see them. And for camera's more than fifty years old i think they are in good shape.
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|United Kingdom||$ 25.04|
|United States||$ 41.73|
|Rest of Europe||$ 31.72|
|Rest of the World||$ 41.73|
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