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In-camera processing (instant) cameras

Series consists of cameras that combine exposure and development in one step to create photographs instantaneously.
While Polaroid is by far the most well known of these cameras, the first patent for instant photography was for the Dubroni, a French wet plate camera, designed so that the glass plate could be sensitized and developed by pouring the chemicals over the plate through a tube in the camera. Later cameras were developed so small tintypes (1895) and direct paper positives (1913) could be made quickly for tourists on busy streets.
But it was the Polaroid Corporation that made instant photography a household item, beginning in 1937 when Edwin Land's young daughter's desire to see her photograph immediately, inspired him to develop the Polaroid's first instant camera: the Land Camera.

The Heritage Collection also contains Kodak Instant Cameras; produced in the late 1970's, they spawned a patent infringement lawsuit from the Polaroid corporation that resulted in the recall all of instant Kodak models sold and the discontinuation of their production.

To browse the individual items in this series, click on the "View the list" link under the "File and item records are available for this series" title (to the right of the page).

Source: <a href="http://www.shutterbug.com/content/it%E2%80%99s-instant%E2%80%94-it%E2%80%99s-not-polaroid-pre-and-post-polaroids-1864-1976">Wade, John. "It's Instant - But It's Not Polaroid: Pre- And-PostPolaroids, From 1864 to 1976." Shutterbug : Published May 1, 2012.</a>

Polaroid Colorpack 80

Item is manual focus camera for use with Polaroid proprietary Colorpack film. Uses flash cubes.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid automatic 250 Land camera

Item is a folding, rangefinder snapshot camera for instant photographs using Polaroid proprietary 100-series Packfilm. Includes leather strap, instruction manual and other brochures, cold clip, and soft plastic cover. This camera Is still loaded with film.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid 1200si

The 1200si auto focus polaroid camera for instant photos. Silver body with black hand strap. Flash and tripod mount. Uses Spectra, 990, and 1200 film packs.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid portrait Land camera big shot

Item is a large grey plastic rangefinder camera with elongated body between viewfinder and lens. Pictograms indicated adjustments for light or dark conditions. Instructions printed onto a metal plate on the back for loading Type 108 colour film and magicubes (for flash - not present). No batteries necessary for operation.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid SX-70 Land camera

Item is a folding, single-lens reflex camera for instant photographs using proprietary Polaroid SX-70 film. Model is a collapsable, leatherette-covered with a matching brown suede carrying case.

Polaroid Land camera, Model 95 B (Speedliner)

Brown leatherette folding camera, single-speed shutter Double Anastigmatic f11/135 mm., revolving diaphram for 8 stops. Produced 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. exposures in approximately 1 minute using Polaroid 40 roll film. Originally retailed for $95 US.

Polaroid One Step

Item is an updated version of the original One Step. Typical consumer Polaroid - Black plastic body with flash - uses 600 film with built-in electronic flash

Polaroid Land Camera, model 95a

Item is a variant of the Polaroid Land Camera model 95, and features a 3 element, 135mm f/11 lens, a 4 speed rotary-leaf shutter system with speeds 1/8 to 1/60 seconds. Used black & white 40 series 100 ISO instant roll film with a sepia tone.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid Land Model 104 outfit case

Item is a Polaroid Land Camera Automatic 104 outfit case. It is in a black hard leather case lined with red curduroy also containing the Polaroid flash model 268, 2 packs of Polaroid print mounts and 3 Polaroid envelopes for ordering prints, enlargements, and accessories. The camera is a folding bellows instand camera with automatic exposure that used 100-series Packfilm. It has a 2 element plastic lens and a non-folding zone focusing system. It retailed for $60 when it was first released.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid Land Camera Model 150 outfit case

Item is a Polaroid Land Camera Model 150 with hard leather case, Polaroid flash model 281, 3 developing vials, leather strap, manual, and 7 loose papers. It used 40 series Polaroid Picture Roll Land film.

Polaroid Corporation

Super Colorpack

Item is a Polaroid Land Camera Super Colorpack instant film camera. Similar to the Polaroid Super Shooter, the Super Colorpack has a rigid plastic body and a manual finder on the lens and uses peel-apart Land Pack Films.

Polavision Land Camera

This is a battery driven Super 8 instant movie camera. It took special super 8 film in a Polaroid cartidge that held about 42 minutes. The lens in a Polaroid F1.8/12.5 - 24mm manual zoom lens. It has two flood lights attached - Polavision TWI light.

Ken Van Velzer Collection

  • 2018.10
  • Coleção
  • [1910-2000?]

The collection contains Polaroid cameras and accessories. Material includes a variety of cameras, containers, parts and ephemera relating to Polaroid photography

Kodomatic 960 Camera

Item is a Kodomatic instant camera with an electronic flash. Has faceplate attached; rare, as in 1976 Polaroid launched a lawsuit against Eastman Kodak for patent infringement. After a fifteen year legal battle, Polaroid won and Kodak wrote them a check for $925 million, which was the largest settlement ever paid in a patent trial and Judge Rya Sobel barred the company from the instant-photo business. Due a class-action suit, Kodak then had to buy back the cameras for as it could no longer supply film so it offered a refund for customers if they mailed in the faceplate.

Kodomatic 970L Camera

Item is a Kodomatic instant camera with an electronic flash. It comes with a manual. Has faceplate attached; rare, as in 1976 Polaroid launched a lawsuit against Eastman Kodak for patent infringement. After a fifteen year legal battle, Polaroid won and Kodak wrote them a check for $925 million, which was the largest settlement ever paid in a patent trial and Judge Rya Sobel barred the company from the instant-photo business. Due a class-action suit, Kodak then had to buy back the cameras for as it could no longer supply film so it offered a refund for customers if they mailed in the faceplate.

Colorburst 50 (red) Camera

Item is a battery-powered Colourburst 50 instant camera with a flash. The camera was produced by Kodak to compete with the Polaroid brand of instant cameras.

Colorburst 100 Camera

Item is a battery-powered Colourburst 100 instant camera with a Magicflash. The camera was produced by Kodak to replace the EK4 and was priced to compete with the Polaroid Pronto! series. It has a tiny electric motor powered by one J‐size battery that is good for a minimum of 10 packs of film. This model also has a low‐light signal that indicates when you should switch to flash.
Colorburst cameras offer a focusing scale around the lens, and a zooming circle in the finder as a focusing aid. This model has an automatic electronic shutters, focus‐linked flash automation, and a sensor that prevents the flash from firing if the safety cover is in place or the film pack is empty.

Colorburst 200 Camera

Item is a battery-powered Colourburst 200 instant camera. The camera was produced by Kodak to replace the EK6 and was priced to compete with the Polaroid Pronto! series. It has a tiny electric motor powered by one J‐size battery that is good for a minimum of 10 packs of film. This model also has a low‐light signal that indicates when you should switch to flash, as well as a battery check light.
Colorburst cameras offer a focusing scale around the lens, and a zooming circle in the finder as a focusing aid. This model has an automatic electronic shutters, focus‐linked flash automation, and a sensor that prevents the flash from firing if the safety cover is in place or the film pack is empty

Colorburst 350 Camera

Item is a battery-powered Colourburst 350 instant camera with an electronic flash and close-up lens. It retailed for $96.50 USD when it came on the market.
Camera has faceplate attached; rare, as in 1976 Polaroid launched a lawsuit against Eastman Kodak for patent infringement. After a fifteen year legal battle, Polaroid won and Kodak wrote them a check for $925 million, which was the largest settlement ever paid in a patent trial and Judge Rya Sobel barred the company from the instant-photo business. Due a class-action suit, Kodak then had to buy back the cameras for as it could no longer supply film so it offered a refund for customers if they mailed in the faceplate.

Handle II Camera

Item is a battery-powered Handle II instant camera with an option for exposure control and crank handle ejection. Flash is a Kodak Instant Flash Model A attachment; lens is 100 mm, f/12.7; shutter is an electronic 2-1/300. Due to a lawsuit against Eastman Kodak for patent infringement, which the company lost, Kodak was forced to pay a large settlement fee and stop producing instant cameras and film.

Polaroid 800 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a leather carrying strap and a high qulity 3-element all-glass coated 1300mm F8.8 lens. Usually retails for around $25. It comes with a manual(also same manual for Polaroid 160, placed in box VV3). Serial number is S755160

Polaroid 110B Pathfinder Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $70. Film is exposed manually, in comparison to other Polaroid automatic cameras. It has a Rodenstock Ysarex 127 mm f4.7 lens and is constructed from steel. The camera also has a Prontor SVS shutter, a self timer, a hinged pinhole lens cap and a couple rangefinder viewfinder system with parallax correction. It is a folding camera and part of the Land Camera family. Polaroid produced between 27,000 and 35,000 of these cameras and viewed the Pathfinder series as its professional line. As a result, the company marketed these cameras towards more advanced photographers. Serial number is LA424366.

Polaroid Corporation

Polaroid 850 Electric Eye Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a leather carrying strap and polished steel body. It has an electronically controlled shutter, automatic programmed exposure and two built in tripod mounts for increased display options. It generally retails for around $20. Serial number is R122624.

Polaroid J66 Camera

Item is a Polaroid Instant camera with a leather carrying strap and polished steel body, also comes with a model JB flash. It comes with an English manual and a French manual. This camera is the last mass produced instant roll film camera of the Polaroid line and from 1961-1963, it was also the most popular due to its low cost and user friendliness. More than 900,000 were produced and sold at a cost of $89, and now retail for around $10. It was a predecessor of Polaroid`s later film pack cameras. The flash is a built-in hinged tilt-out flashgun for AG-1 bulbs, there is automatic exposure and shutter speeds are controlled by a selenium cell, rather than manually. Serial number is AJ809302.

Polaroid J33 Camera

Item is a Polaroid Instant camera with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $10. The body is pressed aluminum and the lens is a meniscus (101 mm). Shutter speeds are staggered from 1/15 to 1/1000s and a retractable flash for an AG-1 bulb is located behind the cell. A witch allows the user to select between two focusing zones: portrait or group, rather than more specified focusing. It is a smaller version of the Polaroid J66, which was also released at this time. Serial number is F178975.

Polaroid Pathfinder 120 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant folding camera with a leather carrying strap. It comes with a manual. This camera features a Seikosha SLV shutter, 127mm, and a f/4.7, Yashinon lens. Polaroid partnered with Yashica to release the 120 model for the international market. This camera generally sells for around $75. Serial number is AL120237.

Polaroid 160 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $15. It comes with a manual. It uses a M-sync Polaroid hot shoe flash and the lens is a 130 mm element glass f/8.8. The camera has a tripod socket on the bottom and the shutter has 4 speeds 1/12, 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100. Serial number is D549935.

Polaroid 80 (Highlander) Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $20. Comes with a Polaroid BC flash model 201 and light bulb, and a PR-23 Polaroid Exposure Meter. The Polaroid 80-series cameras were nicknamed “the Highlander” due to the model’s packaging, which contained a plaid pattern resembling the Scottish Kilts traditional Scottish Highlanders would wear. Serial number is H482848.

Polaroid 80A (Highlander) Camera

Item is a Polaroid Instant camera with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $20. The Polaroid 80-series cameras were nicknamed “the Highlander” due to the model’s packaging, which contained a plaid pattern resembling the Scottish Kilts traditional Scottish Highlanders would wear. This camera is made of metal and plastic camera, with a glass lens, and three shutter modes 1/25, 1/100 and bulb. IT has 3 exposures mode that use the EV scale system and a viewfinder at the top of the camer,a with a metal cover that extends to exposure the lens in an accordion style. Similar to other accordion cameras, it has a metal stand that extends down when the bellows have been moved out for vertical balance. It also has a hot shoe flash. Serial number is LC379998.

Polaroid 80B Highlander Camera

Item is a Polaroid Instant camera with a leather carrying strap and usually retails for around $15. It comes with a manual and a wink light(has its own manual). It is a folding camera with a coated lens and front cell focusing. The shutter uses the EV scale system, EV 11-18 with B facility. There is a direct vision optical finder, with synchronized hot shoe flash.

Polaroid 80 (Highlander) Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a metal body and leather hand strap, and usually retails for around $20. Item also comes with a Model 230 print copier, with a cord and an instruction manual. The Polaroid 80-series cameras were nicknamed “the Highlander” due to the model’s packaging, which contained a plaid pattern resembling the Scottish Kilts traditional Scottish Highlanders would wear. Serial number is 11-85, 456134.

Polaroid 95B Camera (Speedliner)

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a metal body and leather hand strap, and usually retails for around $20. Item also comes with a Polaroid Model 240 print copier and a Polaroid Filter Kit 541. Features include: 130mm f/8.8 lens, shutter with speeds ranging from 1/12 seconds to 1/100 seconds, an exposure value (EV) setting(with this system, instead of using traditional f/ stop names (f/8, f/11, f/16, etc.) each f/ stop opening was assigned a number), wire frames, and a pop up viewfinder. Serial number is J582, S767008.

Polaroid Swinger Sentinel Land Camera

Item is a Sentinel instant camera with wrist strap that produces wallet-size photos that must be chemically treated by the user. It comes with a manual. The body is white plastic, the lens is a meniscus, the shutter is set at the single speed of 1/200 second, there is a built-in flashgun for AG-1 bulbs, a fixed focus and an exposure setting assisted via built-in photometer. The camera got its name from the swinging motion it made when users slipped the strap over their wrists and walked with them. Unlike Polaroid`s earlier, more expensive instant cameras, which conveyed the message that they were not toys, the Swinger originally retailed for $19.95, but now usually sells for around $10, and attempted to draw the affluent children of baby boomers. It was also easy to use, with the word YESappearing in the viewfinder when the exposure was correct. In the first two years on the market, approximately five million were sold, but they were rarely used for more than two rolls of film. They are now commonly displayed as an example of Pop Art. Serial number is KC9451A.

Polaroid Swinger II Camera

Item is a Swinger instant camera with wrist strap. The camera got its name from the swinging motion it made when users slipped the strap over their wrists and walked with them. Unlike Polaroid`s earlier, more expensive instant cameras, which conveyed the message that they were not toys, the Swinger originally retailed for $19.95 and attempted to draw the affluent children of baby boomers. It was also easy to use, with the word YESappearing in the viewfinder when the exposure was correct. In the first two years on the market, approximately five million were sold, but they were rarely used for more than two rolls of film. They are now commonly displayed as an example of Pop Art. Serial number is KB9451A.

Polaroid 101 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body and a place for a tripod screw. It has manual focusing, through the use of a rangefinder, and a retractable viewfinder with parallax correction. The lens is 114 mm, with 3 glass elements, f8.8-42. Exposure is automatic, with shutter priority and the ability to capture multiple exposures, and the shutter is electronically controlled at a speed of 1/1200-10.″ The flash is synchronized with a PC connection and there is an external flash (Flashgun # 268) with M-3 bulbs. it usually sells for around $25. Serial number is D107455.

Polaroid 125 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with front cover and usually retails for around $10. It comes with a manual. Serial number is T830546.

Polaroid 135 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, made of plastic, with a separate rangefinder focus and parallax-corrected viewfinder. The flash uses an M3 bulb and is a model 268 flash unit with filter. The lens is 3 element glass, the aperture control is f/8.8, f/42 and the shutter speed is 1/1200 to 10 seconds. It originally sold for $89.95, but now sells for around $10. Serial number is M516779.

Polaroid 180 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body. It comes with a French manual. It comes with a Model 280 flash gun(has its own manual) and a Model 595 filter accessory kit. It has a a Zeiss rangefinder. The lens is a Tominin 114mm f4.5, aperture control is f4.5-f90 and shutter speed is 1/500. There is also a choice of a M for bulb or X for electronic flash, while the letter “V” is a self-timer setting. It typically sells for around $280. Serial number is A812510.

Polaroid 240 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body. It comes with a manual. It has a separate rangefinder focus and parallax-corrected viewfinder and there is a socket for a tripod. The flash is an M3 bulb and the lens is 3 element glass. The aperture control options are f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42 and the shutter speed is 1/1200 to 10 sec. It originally retailed for $129.95, but now usually sells for around $25. Serial number is ZB185021.

Polaroid 220 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and usually sells for around $15 now. Comes with two manuals and a light for a model 268 flashgun, but missing assorted parts to make it functional. It was a low-end model from the Polaroid Automatic land camera series, which used packfilm. However, after 1970 Polaroid had started focusing on new film and cameras such as 600 series and SX-70 series, leading to the model being discontinued in 1970. Serial number is ZB419405.

Polaroid 210 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera was the lower end model of the 200 line and is made of plastic. It comes with a manual. The camera originally sold for a list price of $49.95, but now usually sells for around $10. It was the first color-capable Polaroid to sell for under $50.00, and approximately 1,500,000 were produced. Serial number is ZE402564.

Polaroid 215 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera that originally retailed for $55.95, but now sells for around $10. It comes with two manuals. The flash is a M3 bulb and it comes with a Model 268 flash unit. The viewfinder is an imagesizer, the lens is 2 element plastic and the body is also plastic. The aperture control is f/8.8, f/42 and the shutter speed is 1/1200 to 10 sec. The serial number is ZD407582.

Polaroid 225 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, that originally retailed for $84.95, but now sells for around $20. The flash uses an M3 bulb and it comes with a Model 268 unit. There is a separate rangefinder focus and parallax-corrected viewfinder. The lens is made out of 2 element plastic, the aperture control options are :f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42, and the shutter speeds are 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is ZE403005.

Polaroid 350 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body, originally retailing for $149.95, but now selling for around $70. The flash uses and M3 bulb and the camera comes with a Model 268 flash unit, as well as a Polaroid Meter model 625. There is a single window Zeiss Ikon viewfinder, the lens is 3 element glass, a tripod socket, and there is an electronic timer. The aperture control options are f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42 and the shutter speed varies from 1/1200 to 10 sec.

Polaroid 360 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body and comes in a display box, with an electronic, rechargeable flash and fast charger(Model 363). The introduction of an electronic flash was new, however they were not automatic and Polaroid had to design a complicated shuttering system to control the output of the flash. As a result, the flash was dropped from future cameras, likely due to the expense. The camera originally sold for $199.95, but now usually retails for around $60. The viewfinder is a single window Zeiss Ikon and the lens is 3 element glass. There is an electronic timer and tripod socket, as well. The aperture control options are: f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42 and the shutter speed varies from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is BU253606.

Polaroid 340 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, that now usually sells for around $30. There is a fold-up viewfinder assembly with two windows, one with the instant split-image rangefinder and separate framing window. The lens is 114 mm 3-element glass. The aperture control options are f8.8-45 and the shutter speeds range from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is BE246444.

Polaroid 330 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, that originally retailed for $79.95, but now sells for approximately $30. It comes with two manuals. The flash uses an M3 bulb and there is a separate rangefinder focus, as well as a parallax-corrected viewfinder. The lens is made from 3 element glass and there is a mechanical timer. The options for aperture control are: f/8.8, f/42 and the shutter speed varies from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is BC224546.

Polaroid 320 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a plastic body and lens housing, selling for around $30 now and originally retailing for $59.95. It comes with a manual. This model was the lowest priced folding pack film camera Polaroid produced, as part of their goal to make the camera affordable for any budget. This means the camera was lighter and easier to transport, than others in the series. The lens is 2 element plastic 114mm f8.8. It also has automatic exposure capabilities with an external electric eye light meter beside the lens and manual exposure compensation. The camera has a parallax viewfinder with a distance estimator in the eyepiece, and a separate rangefinder focus window. The aperture control options are f/8.8, f/42 and shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is BB495487.

Polaroid 315 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, originally retailing for $55.95, but now selling for around $30. It comes with a manual. The flash uses a M3 bulb, the viewfinder is an imagesizer (this was found not to be a good viewfinder, causing many blurry photos, and it was not reproduced in Polaroid's next series), and the lens is made of 2 element plastic. The aperture control options are: f/8.8, f/42 and shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Model 315 borrows heavily from Model 210. Serial number is BA128478.

Polaroid 335 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, originally retailing for $79.95, but now selling for around $20. It comes with a manual. The flash uses an M3 bulb, there is a separate rangefinder focus and a parallax-corrected viewfinder. The lens is 3 element glass and an electronic timer. The aperture control options are f/8.8, f/42 and shutter speed varies from 1/1200 to 10 secs. This model builds on the Polaroid model 330, with an electronic development timer, instead of a mechanical one. Serial number is BC417479.

Countdown M60 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body. It comes with a manual. It originally retailed for $59.95 and now sells for around $20. The flash uses an M3 bulb and the lens is 2 element plastic. The options for aperture control are f/8.8, f/42 and shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 to 10 sec. It is similar to Polaroid Model 210 and Model 315 with the addition of a built-in mechanical timer. Serial number is DB254542.

Polaroid 450 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body. It comes with a manual. It originally retailed for $164.95, but now usually sells for around $80. For a flash, it uses a Polaroid focused flash and the viewfinder is a single-window Zeiss Ikon. The lens is 3 element glass and the timer is electronic. The aperture control options are: f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42, and shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is DX274289.

Polaroid 440 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a plastic body, that now usually sells for around $35. It comes with a manual. There is manual exposure control and a rangefinder/viewfinder with projected frame lines and parallax correction. The lens is 114 mm 3-element glass and apertures control options are: f/8.8, f/12.5, f/17.5, f/25, f/35, f/42. Prints are exposed automatically and there is a Polaroid focused flash. Serial number is CX444492.

Polaroid 430 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, that originally retailed for $79.95, but now sells for around $20. It comes with a manual. It comes with a Polaroid focused flash, the timer is mechanical and the lens is 3 element glass. There is also a separate rangefinder focus and parallax-corrected viewfinder. The options for aperture control are f/8.8 and f/42 and the shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 to 10 sec. Serial number is BX17353.

Countdown 90 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, it originally sold for $92.95, but now usually sells for around $10. It comes with a manual. It comes with a Polaroid focused flash and has a glass lens with an aperture of f/8.8.

Countdown 70 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, it originally sold for $74.95, but now usually sells for around $20. It comes with a Polaroid focused flash and a built-in mechanical timer. Serial number is EX119478.

Polaroid 195 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body, and usually sells for around $275. It features mechanical and manual exposure systems and a 4 element lens. The 195 features a mechanical timer and a viewfinder with separate rangefinder and viewfinder windows. It also has a f3.8 114mm lens and aperture control is at f 4.5. Serial number is AD199074.

Polaroid 455 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a metal body, and usually sells for around $30. It has a built-in mechanical development timer, the lens is 114 mm f/8.8 3-element glass and the photo exposure is automatic. The shutter is electronic and speeds range from 1/1200 to 10 sec. The viewfinder has projected framelines and automatic parallax compensation. It comes with a Polaroid focused flash, but the bulb is missing. Serial number is DS101552.

Polaroid Reporter Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a plastic body. It originally retailed for $57 and now usually retails for around $60. The lens is 114 mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic, there is a tripod socket and photos are exposed automatically. The viewfinder is rigid, and non-parallax corrected; however, it does have projected frame lines. Serial number is TC7181A.

Polaroid EE100 Special Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, it originally sold for $69.95, but now usually sells for around $30. It uses a flash cube, there is a viewfinder, and the lens is 3 element plastic. The options for aperture control are f/9.2 and f/58, and shutter speeds vary from 1/500 - 10 sec. Serial number is CH0191A.

Polaroid ProPack Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and Pro Flash. It now retails for around $80 and is the ideal choice for a variety of purposes. It has multiple types of flash, two picture formats, a distance scale, an electric eye, and a digital timer. Viewed to be cost-friendly, it could take instant proofs for photo shoots to use as a reference point to decide on integral elements such as framing, lighting, etc, allowing them to move forward quickly. Partial serial number is available: NA8B.

Polaroid Big Swinger 3000 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $24.95 and now usually retails for around $25. It was the first packfilm instant film camera with a rigid plastic body. The maximum shutter speed is 1/200 and there is a focusing range of 0.76 meters and up. It has a 114mm 1 element fixed-focus plastic lens. Though the zip and square shoot feature is unique to this model, it shares many similarities with the original Swinger Model 20. Serial number is HL8342A.

Polaroid Colorpack II Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $29.95 and now usually retails for around $20. It comes with a manual. It was the first color-capable rigid plastic Polaroid pack camera, and provided the archetype for most of the series. Electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting only. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic, marking it is a being produced later; earlier models had a glass lens. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is CHF9143A.

Polaroid Colorpack IV Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $39.95 and now usually retails for around $20. It comes with a manual. Borrows heavily from the Colorpack II, with the addition of a mechanical timer. Just as in Colorpack II, electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic, marking it is a being produced later; earlier models had a glass lens. Photos are once again exposed automatically. Serial number is CHF9423B.

Polaroid M6 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap. It originally retailed for $59.95, but now usually sells for around $20. Estimated production is over 150,000. The lens is 114mm f/8.8 2-element plastic. It has a simple, rigid viewfinder with "image sizer" distance estimator and this viewfinder also has projected framelines and automatic parallax compensation. There is a mechanical development timer. The aperture control is fixed at f/42 and the electronic shutter speeds vary from 1/1200 - 10 sec. Serial number is CHE015GA.

Polaroid Colorpack III Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $24.95 and now usually retails for around $20. It comes with a manual. Similar to the Colorpack IV, it borrows heavily from the Colorpack II with the addition of a mechanical timer and a focusing aid(missing on cameras of this model sold outside North America). Just as in Colorpack II, electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic, marking it is a being produced later; certain models had a glass lens. Photos are once again exposed automatically. Serial number is CHB132GA.

Polaroid Big Shot Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body, that originally retailed for $19.95 and now usually sells for around $20. Comes with a Polaroid magic cube and a manual. The lens is a plastic meniscus 220mm f/29 plastic an exposure compensation dial. The small, fixed aperture of the lens necessitates the use of a flash cube, in this case a Slyvania Blue Dot Magicube, and the fixed focus means users must move either backward or forward while looking through the rangefinder window until things line up, a procedure which came to be known as “the Big Shot Shuffle.” There is a built-in timer on the back to count down the picture development time from 1 minute so users will know when their picture is ready. One of this camera`s claims to fame is that noted artist Andy Warhol used it to shoot his famous portrait series. Serial number is PHF234A.

Polaroid Colorpack 80 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually sells for around $20. It comes with a manual. Shutter is automatic and speeds vary from 1/500 to 1 sec. Aperture controls vary based on film: F/9 for standard Polacolor 88, F/60 for standard film 87 (3 000 ASA). Photos are automatically exposed and exposure compensation is manual, through the use of a lighten or darken photographs dial. Flash uses a standard flash-cube. Serial number is HC155A.

Polaroid Colorpack 85 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually sells for around $20. It comes with two manuals. Borrows heavily from the Colorpack 82, with the addition of a built-in development timer. Shutter is automatic and speeds vary from 1/500 to 1 sec. Aperture controls vary based on film: F/9 for standard Polacolor 88, F/60 for standard film 87 (3 000 ASA). Photos are automatically exposed and exposure compensation is manual, through the use of a lighten or darken photographs dial. Flash uses a standard flash-cube. Serial number is HF134A.

Polaroid Colorpack 82 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually sells for around $35. It comes with a manual. Electronic shutter speeds vary from 1/500 to 10 sec and the aperture control options are f/9.2 (75asa) and f/60 (3000asa). The lens is 114mm f/9.2 3-element plastic and there is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating
after each photo. There is also a built-in development timer.

Polaroid Zip Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually sells for around $20. It comes with a manual. With this model, loading film was simplified and these photographs do not need to be treated after launch. The aperture control ranges from 17.5 to 90. The lens is a 100 mm meniscus and the shutter has only one speed, the 1/200 sec. Serial number is KD2181A.

Polaroid Impulse Autofocus Camera (Grey)

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with a plastic body, that usually sells for around $20. Item comes with a radio remote control operator #7030, which works from up to 40 ft. away. Features include: a single element 116 mm f/9 lens, an electronic shutter with speeds ranging from 1/4 to 1/200 sec, photos expose automatically, a sonar autofocus (with settings from 60 cm to infinity), manual exposure compensation through a lighten/darken switch, a built-in electronic flash and a self timer. Serial number is H8T0LFGYNA.

Keystone 60 Second Everflash 850 Camera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body and hand strap, that usually sells for around $80. Features include: two exposure settings of black and white or colour, a manual exposure control through a lighten/darken switch, 2 distance settings and the option to turn the flash on or off.

Keystone 60 Second Everflash 800 Camera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body and hand strap, that usually sells for around $80. Features include: two exposure settings of black and white or colour, a manual exposure control through a lighten/darken switch, 2 distance settings, focusing options of 3.5" to infintiy and the option to turn the flash on or off.

Keystone Rapid-Shot 750 Camera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body and hand strap, that usually sells for around $80. Features include: two exposure settings of black and white or colour, a manual exposure control through a lighten/darken switch, 2 distance settings and the option to turn the flash on or off. Has no electronic flash, but a place for a flash bar socket exists.

Keystone Wizard XF1000 (SX-70) Camera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body, that usually sells for around $60. Features include: a plastic 115mm f/8.8 lens, an electric eye with manual exposure control through a lighten/darken dial, a viewfinder, flash, tripod socket, and a focus that requires the photographer to estimate the distance from the subject. It uses Polaroid SX-70 instant film without being manufactured by Polaroid, an issue that resulted in Polaroid filing an infringement suit against Berkey Photo Inc. in 1975.

Keystone Wizard XF1500 Camera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body. Deluxe version of the Wizard XF 1000. Features include: a plastic 115mm f/8.8 lens, an electric eye with manual exposure control through a lighten/darken dial, a viewfinder, electronic flash, tripod socket, and a focus that requires the photographer to estimate the distance from the subject.

Polaroid Instant Endocamera

Item is an instant camera, with a plastic body, that originally retailed for $950. Comes with a manual. Photos are exposed automatically. It was developed to allow medical specialists to take clear photos of bodily organs. Doctors were to use these snapshots to educate patients, document procedures, confer with fellow physicians, and other applications. Serial number is L3047B.

Dine Instant Closeup Camera Model IV Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body. Comes with a case, manual, dental equipment and with a selection of close up lenses. The maker of this camera specialized in modifying Polaroid cameras for dental and forensic work. It was based on a Polaroid 600 series Supercolor camera, but the Sonar focus was locked to a specific point and disabled, and a mount was fitted to the camera enabling the lenses to be changed. The viewfinder modified, as well as the flash, through the use of diffusers. The flash also was fitted with a slide to reduce the power and balance exposure. Due to their custom built nature, this and other Dine cameras are rare. Serial number is H9K7551VDD.

Polaroid 600 Camera Special Edition

Item is a Polaroid instant camera, with an aluminum body and leather hand strap, that usually sells for around $400. This camera was marketed towards professionals. The camera has an inter-changeable lens mount and utilizes Mamiya lenses. Comes with additional lenses: the Mamiya 75mm f/5.6 for wide angles and the Mamiya 150mm f/5.6 as a portrait lens, a cable releaseand different lens caps(3 large, 1 small). The lens currently on the camera is a fixed 127mm f4.7, with a Seiko leaf shutter, with speeds ranging from 1/500-B and X-sync for flash. There are many aperture and shutter settings and a bright-image coincidence type rangefinder.

Polaroid Super Colorpack Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap. It comes with a manual. It originally retailed for $49.95, but now usually sells for around $20. Serial number is EHHH134PA.

Polaroid Square Shooter Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $34.95 and now usually retails for around $10. Design of camera borrows heavily from the Polaroid Colorpack II. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic and the shutter is electronic, with speeds ranging from 1/500 to 10 sec. Photos are exposed automatically. The aperture control options are set for 75 and 3000 speed films. Unique features include: a built-in socket for Hi-Power flashcubes; Focused Flash; and "triangulation distance finder" focusing aid, which requires the photographer to be of average height and the subject to be at the same level. Serial number is FHF145PB.

Polaroid Square Shooter 2 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $24.95 and now usually retails for around $10. It comes with a manual. Design of camera borrows heavily from the Polaroid Colorpack II. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic and there is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube rotating automatically after each picture. The shutter is electronic and speeds range from 1/500 to 10 sec. Photos are exposed automatically. The aperture control option is set for 75 speed film and there is a "face sizer" focusing aid for images within 5 ft. Serial number is TF4241A.

Polaroid Square Shooter 4 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually retails for around $20. Borrows heavily from the Square Shooter 2, with the addition of a mechanical development timer. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic and there is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube rotating automatically after each picture. The shutter is electronic and speeds range from 1/500 to 10 sec. Photos are exposed automatically. The aperture control option is set for 75 speed film and there is a "face sizer" focusing aid for images within 5 ft. Serial number is TK2301A.

Polaroid Colorpack Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, originally retailing for $39.95 and now usually retails for around $20. Borrows heavily from the Colorpack V, which also came onto the market at the same time. There is an electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Also comes with a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting only. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is TK3181A.

Polaroid Colorpack V Camera (CP5)

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually retails for around $20. Similar to the Colorpack, which also came onto the market at the same time, and borrows heavily from the Colorpack II. There is an electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Also comes with a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting only. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is KE4021A.

Polaroid Colorpack 100 Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that now usually retails for around $20. It was produced for the international market, but borrows heavily from The Colorpack, which was produced for the domestic market. There is an electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and the aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Also comes with a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. setting. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is TC4011B.

Polaroid Super Shooter Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that originally retailed for $25, but now usually retails for around $20. It comes with a manual. It is quite similar to the Colorpack V (CP5). There is an electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Also comes with a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. settings. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is TE5191A.

Polaroid Super Shooter Camera Special Edition

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and a toggle on the back, instead of a wrist strap. It usually retails for around $30. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is TL6041A.

Polaroid Super Shooter Camera Plus

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and wrist strap, that originally retailed for $34.95, but now usually retails for around $20. Very similar to the Colorpack V, with the addition of a built-in development timer. There is an electronic shutter with speeds that vary from about 1/500 to 10 sec and aperture control setting are fixed for 75 and 3000 speed films. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube automatically rotating after each exposure and this flash can use either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. Also comes with a "face sizer" focusing aid for 5 ft. settings and a film warmer, used to help develop the film in cold weather. Photos are exposed automatically. Serial number is TK5231A.

Polaroid Color Swinger Camera

Item is a Polaroid instant camera with a plastic body and back toggle, that now usually retails for around $20. Design of camera borrows heavily from the Polaroid Square Shooter 2. The lens is 114mm, f/9.2 3-element plastic and it can be focused manually with settings from 1 to around 10m. There is a built-in flashcube socket, with the flashcube rotating automatically after each picture. The shutter is electronic and speeds range from 1/500 to 10 sec. Photos are exposed automatically. The aperture control option is set for 75 speed film and there is a "face sizer" focusing aid for images within 5 ft. Serial number is KJ5241A.

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