The Polaroid One 600 of the last 600 type cameras Polaroid ever made before the company decided to abandon their flagship product.
The Polaroid 600 camera is a simple point-and-shoot that is fun, quick and easy-to-use. It comes with a built-in automatic flash and a fixed-focus lens. Designed to work both indoors and out, it also has a flash override capability and an exposure correction slider on the front.
The 600 series is a landmark chapter in Polaroid history – the moment instant photography became as easy as pushing a button. From boxy, '80s models to fluid, '90s versions, each camera tells a story about late-20th century design, while a number of weird and wonderful special editions cemented the 600 as a pop culture icon.