As previous video - here's how you load polaroid integral film into One Step Type camera - pretty self explantory - however if the paper flip doesn't come out, the battery within the film maybe dead. Enjoy!:
Earlier I did a post about types of Polaroid and instant film - but lo and behold I've found the ultimate list here on Save Polaroid - check out the site for details - but here is a list of Polaroid and Fuji Instant films from the site.
Quick run down of Film Types for those new to polaroid in non technical terms:
Integral Film- The type of film that develops before your eyes - its ejected by the camera and takes a few minutes to develop.
Pack Film - This is 'peel apart film'. Pack film is more manual than integral, you take a picture then pull it out of the camera. You then wait for a period time (usually base on what the temperature is) and then peel apart the layers - one side has the negative and the other side has the print.
Sheet Film - Very similar to Pack Film in the process - you have to peel it apart, however, sheet film comes in individual negatives as opposed to rolls or packs. The film sizes are for 4x5 and 8x10 cameras.