Polaroid - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Polaroid 87

Polaroid Corporation

Cambridge Mass.

USA

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Instant print process.
Black and white pack film. For 8, 3 ¼" x 3 ⅜" prints. In Box.

Polaroid 665

Instant negative / print process.
Black and white pack film. For 10, 3 ¼" x 4 ¼" prints. Speed ISO/DIN 80/20. In Box.
The negative is usable after immersion in a clearing bath.

Polaroid 779

Instant print process.
Colour, stack of individual prints. For 10, 3 ⅛" x 3 ⅛" prints. Speed ISO/DIN 640/29. Battery included in package. In Box.

Polaroid

Instant print process.
Colour, stack of individual prints. Battery included in package.

Polaroid instant print material was produced in several formats, sizes, film speeds and finishes.

  • Roll-film, (introduced in 1948), the camera was loaded with separate rolls of negative film and positive print material.
  • Pack film, (introduced in 1963), the prints are connected to a backing paper, pulling on the backing paper releases one print from the camera and positions the next ready for exposure.
  • Single prints held in light-tight envelopes.
  • Stack of prints, where an individual print is ejected by a motor in the camera.

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Agfa

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Gevaert

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Lumière

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Paget Duplicating Method

Polaroid

Wellington

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Miscellaneous roll-film

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