Best Polaroid Pack Film camera
Seems like it would take up more space than that. And, yes, my storage system sucks...rubber banded in cardboard boxes. The last couple years are at least bunched by shoot, but before that they seem to be all shuffled up. I would love to find some kind of indexing system to organize and store them, but Polaroids are an odd size and I haven't really spotted anything. And I have waaay too many to put in traditional binders. Someday I hope to find some kind of old card catalog type thing from a library for organizing them. Anyway, so how I shoot really comes from doing it a LOT. And that certainly doesn't mean that I am a great photographer or still don't have much to learn, but I mostly have the process down...future improvement is more aesthetic in nature, I hope. So, basically, this post will just be tips to help you with your Polaroid pack film cameras and shooting with them.
The very first thing I can recommend is to very rarely close your folding cameras. The only time I close my cameras is for air travel...they always remain open otherwise. See also:
What film for a polaroid spectra camera?
If you'll open up where the film is supposed to go, you will find a label that says Spectra/Image. These are the film types you are supposed to use.