The Polaroid Land Camera 250, manufactured from 1967 – 1969, is a higher-end model with a Zeiss Ikon rangefinder focus. The focus is projected in a single viewfinder window unlike other models made during the time. The camera itself has an all metal body, a tripod mount, and contains a 3-element glass lens (114mm f/8.8).
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If you have someone on your gift list this year who loves instant photography, or is just getting started, here are some great ideas. These range from Impossible Project Film, Fujifilm for old Land Cameras, and some books. I have a review of the Fujifilm Instax SP-1 Smartphone Printer coming up in a few weeks, […]
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After buying a box of old cameras at an auction for $13, I found that I had two original Polaroid Swinger Model 20 cameras. Doing some research and learning about them, it peaked my interest in these boxy-rigid-plastic-sixties-throwback cameras. I found someone local selling a Big Swinger Model 3000 and took the bait. Why? The […]
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