Can you still get Polaroid 35mm film?

  pj123 16:57 29 Jul 06
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I've tried Googling but no positive results so far.

  ade.h 17:00 29 Jul 06

It's not listed on click here, so I it's probably discontinued.

  Fingees 17:02 29 Jul 06

I dont believe they ever made 35mm

All the polaroid I used has always been of a viewable print size.

  ade.h 17:12 29 Jul 06

I may be wrong, but I believe that it was produced for the puposes of test shots, just as you would with medium and large format studio work.

  Stuartli 17:17 29 Jul 06

Are you thinking of 35mm Polaroid cameras? See:

click here

Polaroid's name was taken over by a far Eastern company (I think the name was Concord or Concorde); however you couldn't use such a camera in the form that most people associate a Polaroid's use.

  Stuartli 17:18 29 Jul 06

I've found the Concord website:

click here

  Stuartli 17:21 29 Jul 06

I notice that Concord also produces products under the Jenoptik brand name - a very famous East German optical company for many years.

Ironically a few years ago Jenoptik's digital cameras were actually rebadged Milton Optical Company of Taiwan models...:-)

What's more, the comparatively few Milton brand digital cameras sold in the UK were cheaper than the Jenoptik's equivalents.

  pj123 17:32 29 Jul 06

Well, a long time ago I used to use Polaroid 35mm slide film. I bought a "Polaroid 35mm Darkroom in a box" Auto Processor unit which processed the film. You then cut and mounted the slides, all done instantly. I now want to sell the processing unit on eBay but if the 35mm film is not available anymore there doesn't seem to be any point. But see: click here

This is the unit I have.

  Legolas 18:13 29 Jul 06

Have a look here
click here
click here
dont really know what your looking for so forgive me if this is no use

  Legolas 18:16 29 Jul 06

Ater looking at the unit you have I found this
click here

Hope this helps

  Stuartli 18:29 29 Jul 06

This is a description of a similar product:

click here

Its description includes:

"The ProPalette 7000 also supports a wide variety of positive and negative 35mm films with custom film tables, including E6, C-41 and Polaroid instant 35mm films. Polaroid instant film -- which you image, develop and mount onto slides right all at your desk in minutes -- is the ideal medium for proofing your slide images and for making last-minute changes to your presentation."

However, it looks as though the digital camera boom brought an end to these type of products.

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