A Guide to Using Polaroid

4 x 5 Sheet Films
For people who work in a variety of ways.

Tips, techniques and inside information designed to help you
get consistently good results with Polaroid 4 x 5 sheet films.

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w If it’s hotter or colder than w Toll-free help and technical
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PolaPan 400 (ISO 400/27o) If you use Polaroid instant Note pack films The image area of Polaroid A similar booklet is available 4x5 instant films used to users of Polaroid 3 1/4 x 4 1/4. call (3 mm) toward the thick end Polaroid Technical Assistance of the holder. Polaroid 4x5 sheet films (ISO 100/21o) tive maintenance checks. Please (ISO 640/29o Positive/Daylight. Polacolor Pro Tungsten common picture-taking (ISO 64/19o) errors. Polacolor ER.. Fine Grain below.. preven. 545i. with the Model 545 film hold- 4x5 and square-format pack er is off-center about 1/8 in. Coaterless (ISO 100/21o) Type 55. High Contrast is designed to fit most packed with the Polaroid Positive/Negative 4x5 field and view cameras. PolaPan 100 the Web at www. and the Polaroid film holder. On the Polaroid MP 4 camera this area is marked on the ground glass.. routine. Polacolor Pro 100 few simple. Sepia (ISO 400/27o) Type 57.com. High Speed (ISO 3000/36o) Type 72.polaroid. (International only) (E6) films. consult those instructions cameras. the Polaroid MP-4 ISO 80/20o Negative/Daylight. technical. (See note Type 52.. Black & White of the material contained The Model 545 film holder in the instructions originally Type 51.perform a Type 79. 1 .. To obtain a copy. Polaroid 4x5 sheet films get (ISO 80/20o) good pictures. when first learning to use the ISO 50/18o Negative/Tungsten) camera. and 545 Pro film film holder holders The information in this booklet is designed to help experienced Color and occasional users of Type 59. These 4x5 films (ISO 100/21o) This booklet covers — in are used in the Polaroid quick reference form — much Model 545 film holder. making test shots is recommended so that the exact image area can be marked on the ground glass. Polaroid 4x5 films: The big picture Please keep this booklet Polaroid 4x5 sheet films for within reach of your use with the Model Polaroid Model 545 545. and are available in two types: get expert assistance when Polacolor Pro 100 instant and wet-process needed. Positive/Negative (ISO 50/18o) Type 56.. microscope and oscilloscope ISO 400/27o Positive/Tungsten. For extreme at the toll-free number given accuracy with 4x5 cameras on page 2. Medium Contrast Coaterless (ISO 800/30o) and professional applications are available at no charge on Type 54.) Film Data Sheets covering (ISO 400/27o) most Polaroid films used for business. medical Type 53. CU-5 4x5 camera. avoid some Type 64. Model 545 film holder. films.

and a “pod” Monday through Friday. film assembly consisting of call toll-free from within a light-sensitive negative. The positive sheet is with- drawn during exposure. products. Inside... be inspected and cleaned reg- Film Data Sheets covering ularly to assure high quality most Polaroid films used for results.A. Or.polaroid. It is important to pull the film straight and at a steady. and picture. Pulling the envelope drags the film assembly — negative.) 2 . oper between the exposed Bedford. the U. (See page 5 for important tips about handling developing pictures. pod. moderate speed to cause the developer to spread evenly. Eastern time. 8 a. con- U.A. The inside story about 4x5 instant films Technical Assistance & Film How the system works Data Sheets Each Polaroid instant For further information 4x5 sheet film “envelope” about Polaroid 4x5 sheet films.) business. Clean rollers are important For assistance outside the in achieving a smooth. After the proper processing time. outside the film holder. to 8 p. (See page 3.m. consult your nearest sistent “spread”. The pod bursts open and the developer is spread between the positive and negative. there is a applications. (See page 12.com.m. at 800-225-1618 a positive sheet. the finished picture is peeled away from the negative.) Development begins immediately. technical. MA 01730 negative and positive sheet. containing the developer. and positive sheet — between the rollers.S.S. contains all the elements or for information about other needed to produce an instant Polaroid films. write to: The rollers inside the Polaroid Model 545 film Technical Assistance holder are used to break the Polaroid Corporation pod and spread the devel- 201 Burlington Rd. then re-mated with the negative inside the envelope before processing. they should Polaroid Office. medical and professional applications Exposing and processing are available at no charge on the Web at www.

If you need further information. please call us at the toll-free number on page 2. or other cleaning fluids. and exposure settings for best never scrape the rollers results. The film and clean the roller surfaces pictures at any temperature. Dry the is much higher or lower. remove the film holder. details on locating and clean- ing the rollers.The 3 critical keys to quality instant images 1 2 3 one two three Keep the processing Note the temperature. If the temperature Pull at a steady. “Polaroid” is a good way to use. should be pulled parallel to regularly. Use a soft..com for more instruction book contains information. for film pulling. non-abrasive be processed at about 75oF cloth. moistened with water (24oC). processing time and the film holder. Ideally. Saying the word rollers thoroughly before you may need to adjust pro. Do not use alcohol cessing times and/or time the speed of the pull.polaroid. at the time of processing affect it is difficult to pull straight. 3 . moderate if necessary. picture quality. speed. Cleaning the rollers is easy. Polaroid films should if possible. and especially But. If the before each picture-taking the temperature of the film camera is positioned so that session. Make it a habit with a hard object or with to check the Film Data Sheets your fingernails.. Pull the film straight rollers in the and time development film holder clean accurately Always pull the film envelope straight out of the Make it a habit to inspect You can take Polaroid film holder. located on the Web at The Model 545 film holder www.

turn to page 13 This will take about 2 hours. sunlight. Do not freeze film. happens. for instructions. come all the way out of the w Before opening film that film holder when withdrawn has been refrigerated. the envelope will wrapper. or in a hot. “This side toward lens” faces dry place. (If this to reach room temperature. and humidity can affect picture quality. If you accidentally pull off an end cap.) w Avoid leaving film or a w Insert the film envelope loaded film holder in direct straight into the film holder. 4 . Tear open the tray date stamped on the package. Storing. Outdated film may not produce satisfactory results. discard that film sheet. Then. High temperatures it stops. w Lift the film envelopes and is not covered by out of the film tray carefully the Polaroid film warranty. Unopened film may the lens. along the printed arrow. If the film is loaded be refrigerated in its sealed backwards. humid being careful not to buckle place.) w Always hold film envelopes by their edges to avoid damaging film surfaces or the pod of developer inside. (See page 12. w Store unused Polaroid 4x5 sheet film flat in a dry. loading and processing Polaroid films Note the film When loading film expiration date w Keep the film sealed in its Always use Polaroid film tray until you are ready before the expiration to use. so the metal end caps don’t catch on other envelopes. Be sure the envelope side marked w Store Polaroid film in a cool. handling. w Set the control arm on the film holder to “L” before attempting to insert the film envelope. slowly or glove compartment withdraw the envelope until of a car. w Avoid loading the film back- Storage recommendations wards (note the printing & cautions on the film envelope). cool place. such as the trunk the envelope. allow it to make an exposure.

Reinsert the envelope does not slide all the envelope and test again. adjustment. (See page 8. Call us for further informa. loading and processing Polaroid films Before making an exposure w Make it a habit to test to be Important sure the film has engaged If you have repeated trouble engaging film envelopes. Never wave or bend the film while it is devel- oping. the film is not sure..m. your film holder may need After inserting the film enve. an all. you prior to making the exposure. withdraw it a little. It should be flat. the way in. Storing. to 8 p.) w Handle developing pictures with care. Hold them only at the tab end or lay them flat on a table. 5 . handling. If engaged properly. toll-free: 800-225-1618. push the envelope all the way “Do Not Press Here”. Instant films may want to consider replac- gently run your finger and thumb over the area marked ing it with an updated model. Eastern time. w Remember that you can remove an exposed sheet of film without processing it. and never touch the image area. with the edge of the film If you can feel the pod holder. as shown. and withdrawing it several years old or has been subjected to heavy use. and try again. if temperature or other conditions make it desirable to process the film later. w After making the exposure. w Move the film holder control black picture (no exposure) arm to “P” before pulling the may result. Use moderate pres- of developer. 8 a. properly in the film holder. If your holder is When processing film lope. If the film does not engage in the holder properly. but don’t force it. envelope out to start instant film processing.m. tion. in until the tabs are aligned Monday through Friday. otherwise image quality may be affected.

quickly wash the area with plenty of water and see a doctor. or if you have a question. clothing and furniture. If eye or mouth contact occurs. If you film on page 9. Questions? Problems? Call us. toll-free: 800-225-1618 Many common instant picture- taking problems are discussed on pages 11 .14. The call is toll-free. Chances are we can help. 6 .) get some paste on your skin. animals. with skin.. eyes and mouth (See special tips for using and keep away from Type 55 Positive/Negative children and animals. w Please dispose of used nega- tives and packaging properly. or need information. please call us.. Eastern time.m. and we can be reached Monday through Friday.m. to 8 p. w At the end of the specified w Please note the “Caution” development time.. Avoid contact streaks on the image area. open statement printed on Polaroid the envelope as shown. 8 a.if you can’t find a solution to a problem you might be having. wipe it off immediately and wash with water to avoid an alkali burn. Keep discarded materials away from children. Peel the print away from the negative rapidly and This process uses a caustic smoothly to avoid causing paste. Then film packages: hold the negative in place while quickly lifting off the Caution print. But.

The developer in each sheet of film is designed to work best at about 75oF (24oC). Normal development At temperatures higher or lower than 75oF (24oC). You can take Polaroid instant pictures at any temperature. you should be aware of the temperature since it can affect picture quality. Und erd eve lope d ed e lop ev erd Ov 7 ..polaroid. Always refer to the Film Data Sheets located on the Web at www.. it may be necessary to adjust processing time and/or expo- sure settings to achieve optimum results.. By minimizing temperature variations when processing pictures you will get more consistent results. but when processing Polaroid films.com for the latest information about adjusting processing times according to temperature.If it’s hotter or colder than 75oF (24oC).

before exposure. (Allow film exposed to cold to warm 3 up to room temperature Depress the film release before processing. 4 or in an air-conditioned Keep the lever depressed and car or room. under your coat envelope all the way into or in a heated car or room. being careful not to bend or crush 2 it. Move the control arm to “P”. the film holder as you would Place developing film in a normally. To process the film. cap is visible. until the metal a cool place before develop. cooler. Here’s how: 1 w At low temperatures. oping each picture. and pull the envelope all the way out in the normal manner. or in a picnic turn over the film holder. car or under your coat. as shown. wait until you are Remove the film holder from in a warm place before devel. reinsert the envelope all the way into the film holder. If it’s very hot or cold.) lever “R”. Gently push the film envelope Wait until you have reached out. the camera. under more optimal conditions. image quality. 8 . w Never wave developing film 5 back and forth in an attempt Grasp the end of the envelope to keep it warm or cool. w At high temperatures. such as a heated control arm to “P”. process your film later When using Polaroid 4x5 instant sheet films in hot or cold locations. keep the After exposure. and pull the film all the this could adversely affect way out of the film holder. reinsert the film warm. remember that you can remove the exposed film for processing later. Do not move the warm place. keep your film in the shade. Mark exposed film enve- lopes to prevent re-exposing them by mistake. Or. ing each picture.

or if film pulling Quickly peel away the print would disturb the camera and the thin paper mask. for pulling. can cause streaks on pictures Please note the “Caution” (See page 11. The exposing the film. (Don’t touch the damp time the speed of the pull. Saying the word Hold the negative by the tab “Polaroid” is a good way to end. face of the negative. See envelope should be pulled the instructions for mixing parallel to the film holder. (See page 6. such as Kodak #6 or 4A.) Immerse negatives in an 18% sodium sulfite solution immediately. Remove the mask you pull is very important from the print. Pull at a steady. and discard the mask. 9 . moderate speed. envelope at the end of the (See page 11. Type 55 P/N film: and how to get it straight! Positive approaches to good negative results To assure consistently First things first well-processed images Prepare an 18% sodium Always pull the film straight sulfite clearing bath before out of the film holder. Pulling too slowly. Pulling at an angle—up or Peeling techniques down. off the metal clip along the or stopping or hesitating.) Pulling too rapidly can cause Flex the perforation near white specks in images and/or the metal clip.. or forward or back- ward—can cause marks and After opening the film streaks on pictures. remove the film hard so the print and mask holder. to keep negatives apart in tanks. or clear negatives individually in trays.) printed on Polaroid film packages.. if possible. Pull set-up. Use film hang- ers. then tear angle pull. as shown. perforation. hold If the camera is positioned down the negative with your so that it is difficult to left thumb.Film processing: How fast to pull. pull straight.) development time. separate completely from the The speed at which negative. this solution on page 10.

cessing Polaroid tear off the tab from the nega. Occasionally. then wash thoroughly the developer layer. for about 30 seconds before and do not attempt to rub off use. it may be least 1:600). solution when it becomes discolored. Positive/Negative films. harmless deposits if it is allowed to dry on hands. (16 oz. ideally 65-75oF (70 fluid oz. the the negatives while drying. Treat Negatives should be again later. such as come in contact with each Kodak Photo-Flo (diluted at Sodium sulfite powder is other. tive along the perforation. The sodium sulfite solution produces white. dip negatives More about sodium sulfite being careful not to let them in a wetting agent. please call us. 18% sodium sulfite solution To avoid drying marks for approximately 1 minute. 21o C) for recommended that this be If you are in a hurry to print a few hours. brown. 10 . bottles or in a tank with a istry of these solutions may floating lid. the negatives in sodium sulfite immersed and agitated in an as soon as possible. toll-free: Flex the perforation before. Discard the damage the negative emulsion. have immediate access Type 55 Positive/Negative (Negatives may remain in the to sodium sulfite black & white film must be sodium sulfite solution for cleared of the residual up to 72 hours. negatives If you are shooting on should be washed in running location or do not The negatives produced with water for at least 5 minutes. clothes and other surfaces. Use film hangers or and chemical supply houses. if immediate Developed negatives developer layer. While they are in done immediately—within 3 a negative.) Don’t use fixers and Be sure all of the sodium hardeners sulfite is dissolved before Polaroid does not recommend using. after washing. All solutions and wash water Warm water should be nearly the same 2 Liters temperature. negatives can be (anhydrous/desiccated) retouched and printed using 440 grams conventional techniques. fingers or a damp sponge. 800-225-1618 Sodium sulfite solutions After clearing.) (18-24oC).) may be safely stored in water be saved and printed. 800-225-1618. These can be cleaned with water. Store the solution in the use of hardeners or com. Sodium sulfite When dry. at first. well-stoppered mercial fixers. It is (at about 70oF. If you need further After treating the negative in information about pro- the sodium sulfite solution. since the chem. avdp. hand to make it tear easily. wooden clothespins to hold Mix with water in the follow- Keep in mind that. if they are to washing is inconvenient. ing proportions: negative emulsion is soft and can be damaged easily. wash the negative water. before hanging readily available from profes- necessary to gently rub off up to air dry in a dust-free sional photographic dealers the developer layer with your area. handle them carefully minutes—to prevent staining.

high heat and w Allow color pictures to humidity. corners. quality. and exces- stacking them or touching sive or rough handling. protect about 75oF (24oC). and cardboard. w Process exposed film w Avoid writing directly on promptly. If necessary. and/or streaks and scratches and fading. Ideally. crookedly. Pulling of pulling. them from exposure to direct sunlight. w For long term storage. use w Black & white pictures seamless envelopes or that require coating should sleeves made of acid-free be print-coated immediately paper. write only in the border area. to protect them from Pictures with “missing” polyethylene or polyester. image. are usually the envelopes. See page 9. prints. w Be aware that development using a soft pencil. or a felt-tip pen the film at the time of designed for use with processing affect picture photographic materials. cellulose acetate. they are drying. the image areas. Polaroid films should be developed at w To preserve prints. too fast may also cause a “mottled” appearance in color photographs.Preservation Making sure your prints and Picture problems & problem prevention Prevention images last a long time w Always use your film before w Handle coaterless black & the expiration date stamped white prints with care while on the package. at an angle. chemicals and dry thoroughly before chemical vapors. Use Avoid using glassine six to eight overlapping marks. from brown Kraft paper the film holder. result of pulling the envelope strokes to fully coat each ordinary black album paper. 11 . china time and the temperature of marker. Pictures with small white Always pull the film at specks in the image area are a moderate speed. Saying often caused by pulling the word “Polaroid” is a the envelope out of the film good way to time the speed holder too rapidly. PVC plastic.

mishaps which damage the ative (Type 55 P/N film) spaced spots or streaks are film envelope. the film holder is not mounted correctly. particles are stuck to one or For example. be working properly. w Withdrawing the film subject appears as a silhouette w The flash may have failed envelope with the processing with little or no detail. light-struck or “fogged”— — too much light reached exposed to light outside of the the negative. you may incorrect film speed setting want to consider replacing it (for example. mation. or that the film was overexposed no light reached the film. or (See page 2). the pattern is With some photographic sys- Operator mistake time. the negative may be repeated across the picture tems occasional oversights An occasional oversight re-exposed to light when the surface because dirt or other will result in a black picture: may result in white pictures. incorrect flash exposure temperature of the film (See page 5. slow. light reached the negative. The rollers w A black picture may result if exposure setting: lens aperture accurately and adjust should be cleaned regularly the film does not engage too large. washed black usually indicates that usually indicates that the film out images usually indicate no exposure was made— was severely overexposed. 12 . underexposed—too little (which may appear all black). usu- to fire. Operator mistakes is processed for too short a Typically. shutter 3000/36o black & white film If your film holder is several speed too fast. or in which the main not be working. ed to heavy use. allow from a film envelope. causes: There are several possible Problem: Underexposed Equipment problem causes: pictures (too dark) w The camera shutter may Pictures that are too dark Handling errors overall. please call Polaroid w The camera system has Technical Assistance developed a light leak. for ISO 80/20o color film). resulting in a severely lever at “L” while the ally indicate that the film was underexposed picture film holder is off the camera. and sync mechanism. exposure guide number. then sufficient recycle time replacing it. a wrong Always time development both rollers. black & white film). Important notice for high volume film users w Wrong exposure setting: lens speed setting (using ISO aperture too small. Check the cam- There are several possible film holder. era settings. If type 55 P/N film usually caused by dirty rollers inside the film holder. incorrect flash in a camera system set years old or has been subject. using ISO Equipment problem with an updated model to 80/20o color film in a camera ensure consistent. shutter speed too the time according to the to prevent this problem. or other handling Problem: “Solarized” neg- Pictures with evenly between flash exposures. Check your flash unit w Removing the metal end cap Check the camera settings.) guide number. For further infor. trouble-free system set for ISO 3000/36o w The camera shutter may not results. incorrect film at the time of processing. film envelope is opened. properly in the film holder. Problem: Black picture Problem: White picture Problem: Overexposed (no picture) (fogged) pictures (too light) A picture that is totally A picture that is totally white Pictures with faint.

If something jams in your film holder and you can’t get it out Problem: Envelope If a metal end cap or some To disassemble the comes all the way out other part of a Polaroid film holder before exposure 4x5 film envelope becomes jammed inside your film You will need a small screw- If the film envelope ever holder. to 8 p. Disengage the top roller. you have the recommended the way.m. quickly and easily. that film sheet follow a few simple steps. exposure. like further information about the steps involved. by clips) and a large paper clip of the film holder when it is disassembling the holder— (to hold a piece in place withdrawn to make an if you’re willing to carefully during re-assembly). Be sure the edges of the film holder. the jam. 1 will be “fogged”. it’s important as shown. these procedures: that you can clearly 3 1 identify the various parts of Open the roller cover and Open the hinged roller cover. the film holder and that swing the top roller out of as shown.. or if you would be visible and easily removed. While it’s easy to 4 2 take the holder apart and fix Lift off the aperture plate. Eastern time. Please read all the way 2 Remove the rest of the through these instructions Pry off the two side clips on film assembly by following before you begin. please call us. you may be able to driver (to pry off the side comes all the way out free it. lose the envelope latch 3 bled correctly to assure mechanism (see next page). Move the control arm to “L”. 8 a. Move the control arm to “P”. Be careful not to that the holder be reassem. tools. 5 Any metal end cap or 4 If you do not wish to other material that jammed Pull the film negative fix the film holder in the holder should now assembly out of the holder. yourself. toll-free: 800-225-1618. 13 . Monday through Friday. proper operation.m.

Make sure the springs are a flat surface with the springs as shown. 14 . 5 Before taking pictures. inspect the rollers to be sure they are clean. Then. and press it not twisted or caught. Place it on top of its groove on the holder. Your film holder should now function properly. Place the aperture plate on the short ends of the springs. Secure it in place with the Re-attach the side clips. as shown. large paper clip. down into the groove at the 4 top of the aperture plate. remove the paper clip. facing up.To reassemble the 2 3 film holder Locate the envelope latch Turn the aperture plate mechanism—a thin strip of over and seat it properly in 1 metal.

packages (see page 6). Never wave. Move control arm to “L”. rapidly and smoothly. moistened with quality. Web at www. Clean rollers regularly— Take Polaroid instant pic. instant film accurately. in holder. Instant films on flat surface for film water. thumb over area marked “Do Not Press Here”.) Then. should be processed at pulling.com. .polaroid. Time accurately. 3 5 3 It should be flat. See the Film Data Sheets on the Always pull at steady.. on envelope. www.temperature of film positions that make at time of processing pulling awkward.com moderate speed. at moderate speed. Pull envelope straight After specified Insert envelope straight out of holder at moderate development time. Handle developing film Please note the “Caution” slowly withdraw it until only at tab end or lay flat printed on Polaroid film it stops. envelope. When loading film After taking each picture 1 4 1 4 Handle film envelopes by Test to be sure film Push envelope all the Time development of edges to avoid pressure has engaged properly way in. according to information in 2 the Film Data Sheets at 2 Gently run finger and Move control arm to “P”. on pod. if possible. Remove Use soft.Quick Tips How to get consistently good results with Polaroid 4x5 sheet films 3 things you need to know 1 2 3 Keep processing Note temperature. If not. rollers clean. Pull film straight out of before each picture-taking tures at any temperature. film holder. reinsert envelope speed to start develop. But. ment. Avoid camera session. Pull envelope straight.polaroid. non-abrasive affects instant picture and place film holder cloth. Peel print (Note printed instructions and test again. bed or squeeze film. for latest time/temperature processing information. open into holder all the way. on a table.. about 75oF (24oC).

w Removing metal end cap from a film envelope. or light-struck lever at “L” while the film no light reached film. w Do not freeze Polaroid instant film. Mark exposed film ing or touching.m. Printed in U. requiring coating To process. exposed. lope with the processing no exposure was made– within U. flash out of synch or failed to fire. ate speed. 800-225-1618 or “fogged”—exposed to holder is off camera. envelopes to prevent 2 re-exposure. “Missing” corner.To remove exposed After processing pictures 800-225-1618 film for processing later Quick Tips 1 3 4 w Let color pictures After reinserting envelope.S. light outside of envelope Possible causes: 8 a. Monday through Friday. Toll-free technical assistance White Picture Possible causes: Black Picture For help or information. until metal cap is visible. Black picture indicates Assistance toll-free from film was severely over.polaroid. humid places. at angle.. Clean rollers holder too rapidly. w When using Polaroid Type 55 Positive/Negative film. Remove hold.A. crookedly. out of direct sunlight and indicates film was pulled inside film holder ing envelope out of film hot. as shown. 3/92 . film holder.m. ing. from are dirty. Allow refrigerated film to reach room temp- erature before opening (about 2 hours). Always pull film at moder- Always pull film straight.) Picture problems & problem prevention About storing film w Use film before expiration date on package. pull film straight out. w Equipment problem. w Wrong exposure setting. Eastern time. to 8 p. regularly. call Polaroid Technical White picture indicates w Withdrawing film enve.A. Keep film in sealed package until use. w Camera shutter not work- w Wrong exposure setting.S. envelope out. thoroughly before stack- er from camera. move control immediately. (See Film Data Sheets at www. Store film in cool. PP1388-1 w Film did not engage “Polaroid” ® properly in film holder. arm to “P”. or film holder. or streaks indicate rollers often caused by pull. Pull envelope out of and coaterless black & do not move control Turn holder over and push film holder. Keep lever depressed. and/or Evenly spaced spots Small white specks are Keep film and camera streaks and marks. prepare 18% sodium sulfite clearing bath before exposing film. w Black & white pictures Depress lever “R”.com. reinsert should be print-coated envelope. white pictures dry arm to “P”. dry place.

“Polapan” and “Polachrome”® Printed in U. Call us toll-free: 800-225-1618..Toll-free help and technical assistance Information about — and assistance with using — Polaroid products is available to all Polaroid customers. PP1388 1B5563 “Polaroid”. 8 a. “Polacolor”. You may also contact Polaroid through the Web at www.S.m.polaroid.A.com. And it’s as close as your telephone. 3/92 .m. Eastern time We recommend that you call us if you encounter any difficulties with film or your photographic system. Monday through Friday. to 8 p.