If you have been using your Polaroid 600SE with Fuji FP100C you know that they have stopped making the film. Here is your chance to switch to a film with a future.You can use either SX-70 or 600 speed film with this, you just need to modify your exposure settings to account for the speed. You can shoot multiple exposures if you like. Film is only ejected/processed when you push the blue button on the CB-70. Gives you more freedom than a typical Polaroid.
Also note the following caveats, they are standard with every Integral Film back on a 600SE. You will need to cut bottom aluminum rib inside of your 600SE. If you do not, there will be a black bar on one edge of your photos.Viewfinder will not show you this additional screen real estate when framing shots, as 600SE is not an SLR. Photos taken will be mirror image and upside down, this is due to this film being exposed from front versus the back, as the 100C was. Holding camera upside down will fix the upside down part, you can easily reverse image in any photo editing app once you scan your finished prints. This is a good idea anyway as current film may not retain colors for long periods of time.
To change the back mid film pack, you will need a dark room or dark bag. Integral film from Polaroid Originals or Impossible is not as consistent or accurate as FP100C. Each picture is more of an adventure.Each shot has it's own character. Unlike the other CB-70 listings, this one needs no further work to attach to your 600SE.
Just get it out of box, snap it onto your 600SE and load a fresh pack of READILY AVAILABLE FILM (SX-70 or 600) in and you're snapping fresh shots. Will also work on a MiniPortrait (not the 4x5 ones), allowing you some fun latitude with 2 or 4 images on same shot. This is a very specific item for a very specific purpose.
There is a Flickr group for this specific combo. This adapter plate is from Option8, the foremost authority on these things, and is designed for this exact application. All the fab work is done, just snap it on and start shooting! The item "POLAROID 600SE INSTANT FILM BACK CB-70 CB-72 Impossible Proj SX-70 or 600 film" is in sale since Sunday, August 19, 2018. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Film Photography\Film Backs & Holders".The seller is "macvidcards" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.