This camera shoots both Color and Black-and-White film depending on the film cartridge you use. The print next to the camera was just taken with this camera using New Color type 600 film from Polaroid.
This is a vintage Polaroid 600 OneStep. Opening the camera reveals the lens, flash, close-up lens and light/dark adjustment slider. I replaced worn parts as needed, cleaned the lenses and viewfinder, cleared out the internal workings of the vintage dust, cleaned the rollers, and then updated the face of the camera with yellow and purple.
The flash is powered through the battery in the film cartridge so there is no worries of leaking batteries. This version of the Polaroid 600 has a second shutter button so you can take pictures with or without the flash. On top of the camera is the indicator that shows when the flash is ready.
The regular Polaroid 600 takes pictures of things 4 feet or further away. This model has a Close Up lens built in. When used, it is possible to take pictures between 2 and 4 feet away too.
The rubber of the view finder eye sight and the neck strap are both in nice condition too. A fun camera that is ready to use, or show on your display shelf.