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by bill339 » Sun Oct 28, 2018 4:38 pm

The Polaroid Land 320 is a basic rangefinder model in the 300 series and is a great place to start using type 100 film as it is one of the only Polaroid Compatible films still in production by Fujifilm and called Fuji FP-100c, FP-100b or FP-3000b. Apart from the fact, these cameras use an old type of battery that is very hard to come by. A lot of internet guides tell you to go to “Maplin’s”, and buy a cheap battery holder for two AAA battery's or a much quicker and cheaper option is to simply cellophane tape a CR2 battery to the battery terminals. The battery compartment is on the left side as you look at the back of the camera. The camera also comes with a clip-on cover for the front lens/shutter assembly, 114mm f/8.8 2-element plastic lens, Shutter: 1/1200sec to 10sec (automatic), Aperture: f8.8 to f42 (automatic), exposure compensation dial with range of -1/+2 stops (Lighten/Darken control), Film speed settings of 75asa (for 100asa film) and 3000asa (for BW 3000asa film), and a handy carry strap. The 320 was introduced in 1969 and Polaroid discontinued manufacturing it in 1971.

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