So you've already got a Polaroid camera lying around and you want to stop staring at it and use it already! Welcome to the right place my friend.
The costs associated with converting a customer's camera are, obviously, going to be cheaper than buying a completed one outright. However, depending on the condition of your camera, parts and labor costs are subject change. I notify and wait for approval before any work begins about these costs should they arise. A general all-around cleaning and refurb is included in the price but some examples of extra costs are: a freshly cleaned and adjusted shutter, front and rear lenses, new plastic or metal parts, straps etc.
Prices do not include return shipping.
4x5 Conversions include the ground glass panel focusing back
Most of the rollfilm models may be converted to a 4x5 system. Though the 110B is the only model which can be converted without any extra parts or work.
Models which have the 2 window rangefinder must be upgraded to a single window rangefinder included in this price:
Some models have relatively slow lenses (f10 in some cases) so it is recommended you upgrade to a 110A/B shutter and lensboard & the single window rangefinder. (not included in this price):
Most any rollfilm model can be converted to the Instax Wide format regardless of its shutter or lens.
Most any rollfilm model can be converted to the 600SE system regardless of its shutter or lens.
Most any rollfilm model can be converted to packfilm regardless of its shutter or lens.