A fun adventure in money wasting and nostalgic tomfoolery. There were a few different varieties of them as well. Even my non photo geek girlfriend was impressed by the awesomeness of the bag. Had a Kodak instant film pack laying around from a while back a figured why not give it a try. Here’s a Kodak instant photo of me in or Discontinued in and was only sold in Japan so finding some here is about as easy as finding the lost ark. I was able to get it to work one shot at a time with Spectra film It’s about the same width, but a little taller, so you can’t stack them.
I was able to get it to work one shot at a time with Spectra film It’s about the same width, but a little taller, so you can’t stack them. Too small for 4×5 and too large for 3. Even had a film cartridge with 3 shots left in it. Just about any camera can expose instant film as long as it sits in the film compartment and you take the ISO sensitivity. Edited by Studioesper member 7 years ago. Kodak Colorburst sadly, film hasn’t been in production for a long time now. Kodak Colorbust by Miguel Ledezma. My Dad worked for Kodak while the film was being developed and tested so a number of my baby pictures are on Kodak instant film.
I done a few experiments with instax wide on old polaroid instant roll film cameras, even instax mini on an instax wide and a yashica mat can fit instax mini. Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there and please I made a video for those curious about the magic that once was Kodak instant film. I had the same exact thing happen to me with Kodak Instant film.
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My grandparents had one of the Kodak instant cameras, a basic model on which you had to crank out the photo. Kodak Colorburst instant camera by kodakcollector Charlie.
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Oh well, still kinda fun to kodwk with Temple E Temple of Hera in January Kodak colorburst by PepperJess. My car was just out of the paint shop; and I needed a picture of it. Nate Matos 7 years ago. Kodak Colorburst by Tim Fitzwater. I’m happy to see that you got the camera working! USA by Inxtant Camaras. Here’s a Kodak instant photo of me in or Explore Trending More More.
Even though the camera is a paperweight and the film was a dud as expected, innstant camera came with a really awesome high quality leather bag with a cool kodak instant color logo on the front. Overview Discussions Photos Members Map. Kodak Colorburst sadly, film hasn’t been in production for a long time now.
I wanted to do the same for the Kodak instant cameras I have.
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The film gate is more difficult though. She wanted a son.
Of course that was no good. Product 2 by Katie Plain. I think that Fuji continued to make some type of film up until a few years ago that worked in these cameras if I’m not mistaken. Over the years, images taken with that camera have held up a lot better than other family members’ SX and photos.
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Nick, Please share your experiment with the “community. I was able to get it to work one shot at a time with Spectra film It’s about the same width, but a little taller, so you can’t stack them. Now he drives an 18 wheeler; every now and then we cross paths out on the road. Even my non photo geek girlfriend was impressed by the awesomeness of the bag. I’m surprised even that faint image appeared and that the chemical packs are still full and spread evenly.
A fun read on the Wikipedia page for those who wish to know more. The kodak film seems to be much more robustly constructed and contained than polaroid film. Kodak Colorbust by Miguel Ledezma.
Studioesper Posted 7 years ago. From really basic brown ones, to fancier ones for cameras like the EK Just about any camera can expose instant film as long as it sits in the film compartment and you take the ISO sensitivity.
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Tags Kodak Colorburst This camera dates from Fantastic little backstory about this camera here: A fun adventure in money wasting and nostalgic tomfoolery.
My very first camera was a Kodak instant. No surprise there, it expired in Box has a date of on it. Kodak Colorburst by Randy Babajtis. She got an engineer. Even had a film cartridge with 3 shots left in it. I’m convinced that at least partly this is due to the Kodak pictures having a coating that protects it from oils transferred from fingers. Johnny is still around, for that matter so is his mom!
Thank god they didn’t store it with batteries in it. The EF stands for electronic flash which is powered by four AA batteries in the rear of the camera and makes a noise like a large EMP weapon you see on TV when charging up the unit then boom loud flash noise and its not finished there as it has a motorised film ejection mechanism which makes lots of fulm noises, not one to use in a quiet museum.