The Polaroid Supercolor 635 CL camera is a box-style plastic bodied camera produced throughout the 80s and early 90s. It works with original Polaroid 600-type film. It is an instant camera. The instant camera is a type of camera which uses self-developing film to create a chemically developed print shortly after taking the picture. It has the trademark rainbow stripe down the face. The camera’s built-in flash unit lifts up for picture-taking, folds down for carrying ease. It also features simple controls for adjusting exposure levels, so get a brighter or darker image with ease. 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.
Lens: Built-in fixed-focus single-element plastic. Focus range: 4ft – infinity.
Flash: Built-in automatic electronic flash (powered by batteries). Flash range: 2ft – 4ft. Maximum aperture: f/14. Minimum aperture: f/42. Shutter: Electronic. Shutter speed: 1/3 to 1/200th second. Film: Uses 600 film for Polaroid cameras.