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POLAROID AUTOMATIC 330 LAND CAMERA - 1969
The Land Camera is a model of self-developing film camera manufactured by Polaroid between 1948 and 1983. It is named after their inventor, Edwin Land, who developed a process for self-developing photography. After Edwin Land's retirement from Polaroid, the name 'Land' was dropped from the camera name. The first commercially available model was the Model 95, which produced sepia-colored prints in about 1 minute. It was first sold to the public on November 26, 1948.
Plastic body and plastic shutter/lens housing
Lens: 114mm f/8.8 3 element glass
Separate rangefinder focus and parallax-corrected viewfinder.
Shutter: 1/1200sec to 10sec (automatic)
Aperture: f8.8 or f42
Lighten/Darken control Exposure compensation dial of -1/+2 stops.
Film speed settings of 75 and 3000 asa.
Modified for 2 x AAA Batteries (included)
Nylon carrying strap.
Tripod Socket: none.
Links: Polaroid cameras