3000 ASA type film?
Is 3000 ASA type film still being made? i found a polaroid land camera at a flea market but didnt think they still made film for it, i was in a hurry and didnt really check to see what the exact type of camera it was, it looked like a swinger, but i dont think it was, it had a focus ring too, and it was like tan or brown.
i did some research and think i found the right one and it says it takes 3000 ASA B&W, but im not sure if i was looking at the right camera,
so if you can answer me either
1. do they still make that fim
2. if you know what camera im talking about and it takes a different kind of film, what is it and is it still being made?
- cabbiincLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Look this page over http://www.butkus.org/chinon/polaroid_cameras/pola... and you should see something that resembles your camera.
Polaroid has announced that they will stop making film. Digital basically gives the same results (instant feedback) at a fraction of the cost. Fuji has expressed intrest in taking over the instant film business. Heres some film, but the only 3000 iso I saw wasnt for a camera. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/shop/328/Polaroid_In...