Polaroid 600 SE Film Camera

May 6th, 2011

I’ve always wanted a Polaroid camera but just haven’t stepped up to owning one. Someday along with owning a normal Polaroid camera, I’d like to purchase the Polaroid 600 SE camera. It not only looks interesting and produces great photos, but it also uses interchangeable Mamiya lenses. Those three lenses are the 70mm, 127mm, 150mm.

Images via eBay

Posted by on 05/6/11 in Film, Photography

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  1. Ollie says:

    You’d be far better off getting a mamiya press (the camera the 600SE is based on) with a polaroid back really, as it will be cheaper, parts/lenses are more readily available, and you can shoot regular film with it too!

    Or alternatively, you could get a polaroid 180/185/195. A completely manual version of the popular bellows based polaroid land cams.

  2. Shelby White says:


    You have a good point. I’ll look into those other polaroids. I wasn’t aware of how similar the Mamiya Press camera is: http://members.cox.net/gmhsint/mamiya.html

  3. Tom says:

    For a direct comparison of the 600 SE and the Press you may also look here

  4. I just love polaroid picture and cameras. My friend (photographer) at office have that camera. And here´s a part of my own collection: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kentson/sets/72157623660142273/

    Thanks for a great blog!

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