Here are some images taken with a Polaroid 350 Instant camera dating from 1971 and using Fuji FP100C film. This film is no longer produced and his film expired in 2011 but has been in the fridge so its as good as new! You can see more images HERE
art of the series of Polaroid cameras started with the Automatic 100 and finishing at the Automatic 450, this camera shares a common set of features with all models in this line:
- Folding Bellows
- Automatic Exposure
- 100-series Packfilm
The 350 is one of the higher end models of the 100-400 series line of folding Packfilm Land Cameras, similar to the 100, 250, 360 and 450 models; the main difference being the inclusion of a development timer on the rear of the body, and a smaller eyepiece on the rangefinder – both models of eyepiece are functionally identical; the earlier model just has a larger window at the rear. The shutter speed is automatically chosen from a range of from 12-1/1200s.
The main advantages these models have over the majority of the other, ‘consumer’ models in the series are:
- Zeiss Ikon-designed rangefinder, with projected frame lines and parallax compensation.
- Tripod mount on all-metal body
- 3 element glass lens (114mm f8.8)
The 350 was produced from 1969 until 1971
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