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1975-1977. Instant film (pack) camera.

Polaroid: Super Shooter camera

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 2003-02-28
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by bill339 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:27 pm

The Polaroid Super Shooter was a rigid, plastic-bodied instant camera, made in the U.S. between 1975- 1977. It originally retailed at $20-25. It used peel-apart 80-Series Land Pack Films such as Polaroid 87, 88, Viva (all discontinued), or type 100 film, such as Fuji FP-100C. The viewfinder adjusts according to the size of the film pack being used. The manual distance finder is on the lens, and it uses ISO 75 for color prints and 3000 for black and white. The flash can be used with either standard or Hi-Power flashcubes. It has development rollers instead of spreader bars and inside the camera is a warning to keep the rollers clean plus instructions on how to remove them. The shutter requires two standard 1.5V AA batteries also inside the camera on both sides of the lens. The camera comes with a film warmer kept on the back in slots designed to hold it. Most Polaroids had this to help develop the film in cold weather. You took the picture and put it in the aluminum warmer and put it in your pocket. The instructions found on the warmer walked you through the proses.

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