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The Polaroid Impulse AF is a fairly simplistic, rather cheap looking 600 camera. It doesn’t collapse down to a smaller size and it has almost no custom controls. However, it has the best viewfinder I’ve seen on a consumer 600 camera and excellent autofocus capabilities.

Growing up, like most, my family had a Polaroid camera lying around. I remember spending many days watching jealously as my dad used it to take snapshots of the family and of the house. He would take a photo, hand it to me, and I would watch the gray developer fade into an image. Film was relatively expensive (incredibly cheap by today’s prices though), so my parents always neglected to get any film and certainly wouldn’t let me use it. The Polaroid Impulse AF was that camera.

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Growing up, like most, my family had a Polaroid camera lying around. I remember spending many days watching jealously as my dad used it to take snapshots of the family and of the house. He would take a photo, hand it to me, and I would watch the gray developer fade into an image. Film was relatively expensive (incredibly cheap by today’s prices though), so my parents always neglected to get any film and certainly wouldn’t let me use it. The Polaroid Impulse AF was that camera.

The Polaroid Impulse AF is a fairly simplistic, rather cheap looking 600 camera. It doesn’t collapse down to a smaller size and it has almost no custom controls. However, it has the best viewfinder I’ve seen on a consumer 600 camera and excellent autofocus capabilities.