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Polaroid Land camera

Creator: Polaroid Corporation | 196?



127 pages

Tydings' Polaroid Land camera guide

Creator: Kenneth S. Tydings | Photography - 1961



846 pages

Focal Encyclopedia of Photography, Digital Imaging, Theory and Applications, History, and Science

Creator: Michael R. Peres | 2007-04-11

1948 — The first Land camera, the Model 95, is sold in Boston at Jordan Marsh department store on November 26 for $89.50. 1949—Photographic sales of the Polaroid Land camera Model 95 for the first year exceed $5 million.

Publisher: Focal Press

About this book
*Searchable CD ROM containing the entire book (including images) *Over 450 color images, plus never before published images provided by the George Eastman House collection, as well as images from Ansel Adams, Howard Schatz, and Jerry Uelsmann to name just a few The role and value of the picture cannot be matched for accuracy or impact. This comprehensive treatise, featuring the history and historical processes of photography, contemporary applications, and the new and evolving digital technologies, will provide the most accurate technical synopsis of the current, as well as early worlds of photography ever compiled. This Encyclopedia, produced by a team of world renown practicing experts, shares in highly detailed descriptions, the core concepts and facts relative to anything photographic. This Fourth edition of the Focal Encyclopedia serves as the definitive reference for students and practitioners of photography worldwide, expanding on the award winning 3rd edition. In addition to Michael Peres (Editor in Chief), the editors are: Franziska Frey (Digital Photography), J. Tomas Lopez (Contemporary Issues), David Malin (Photography in Science), Mark Osterman (Process Historian), Grant Romer (History and the Evolution of Photography), Nancy M. Stuart (Major Themes and Photographers of the 20th Century), and Scott Williams (Photographic Materials and Process Essentials)* Searchable CD-ROM containing full contents of the book* Full color throughout and highly illustrated* World wide industry leaders contributing


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Land Camera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Film . The process, invented by Polaroid founder Edwin Land, was to employ diffusion transfer to move the dyes from the negative to the positive via a reagent.

Instant camera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The instant camera is a type of camera that generates a developed film image. The most popular types to use self-developing film were formerly made by Polaroid ...

The Land List An Ongoing Project in Cataloging Polaroid ...
The Land List An Ongoing Project in Cataloging Polaroid Cameras "From this evolved two theories. First, Land was correct to ignore conventional wisdom: he was ...

Edwin Land - Polaroid Photography - Instant Photography
Polaroid photography was invented by Edwin Land - the one-step process for developing and printing photographs created - instant photography.

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    Rating (5 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
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    The oldest still usable Polaroid

    This is a "packfilm" camera where the film came in a box like cartridge, as opposed to the roll film the even older Polaroids used.Made from 1963-1967 this is an automatic exposure aperture priority camera. Compatible new film is made my Fuji (color FP-100C, or Black & White FP-3000C) and after a long hiatus the once unobtainable battery is now made by Exell.The color film is ISO 100 and with a fixed aperture of F/8.8 it's a daylight/flash camera only.It offers a rangefinder focus (look through a smaller viewer on the left) and differs from the later Polaroids in the film has to be manually pulled out and then peeled apart after it develops. The later Land Cameras are variations of the same concept; only the "50's" (250, 350, 450) offer a big improvement as the rangefinder and viewer are combined into one unit. Most of the others either have features that aren't needed, like a development timer, or are downgrades with plastic lenses and/or zone... 4/5 Scott Peterson "I.T. Sme" (Center of the U.S.) - See all my reviews, March 17, 2012

    This old camera can take very good Polaroids

    0 4/5 Jojopuppyfish (Washington DC) - See all my reviews This review is from: Polaroid Automatic 100 Land Camera (Electronics) The main reason to get one of these old Polaroid cameras is that Fuji still makes film for it. Their b & W film is excellent.Its been trial and error trying to get the best photos from it, but I agree I prefer it as an outside camera.I got the battery for it online easly and did not modify it with a AAA battery. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 2, 2013

    Polaroid 100

    I bought this camera from an antique store near where I live. I was interested in this camera, because Fuji still makes pack film that can be used in this camera. Fuji still makes both a color and black/white version of this film. Those are the only two types that are made anymore, the rest have been discontinued.The battery in the camera was dead when I got it. After searching, I found that you can use AAA batteries with a special adapter that can be found on eBay. Once I installed this into the camera, it worked just fine. The original battery can be bought but it is cheaper to buy the adapter. I also use rechargeable batteries, so I don't have to buy a bunch of batteries just to through them away when they are dead.It took a little trial and error to figure the tricks of this camera. Like the focusing is not built into the viewfinder, but rather a separate viewfinder on the left of the main one. Once I got everything figured out, the camera takes great... 5/5 Snowboarder1 (Fort Collins, CO) - See all my reviews This review is from: Polaroid Automatic 100 Land Camera (Electronics) I bought this camera from an antique store near where I live. I was interested in this camera, because Fuji still makes pack film that can be used in this camera. Fuji still makes both a color and black/white version of this film. Those are the only two types that are made anymore, the rest have been discontinued.The battery in the camera was dead when I got it. After searching, I found that you can use AAA batteries with a special adapter that can be found on eBay. Once I installed this into the camera, it worked just fine. The original battery can be bought but it is cheaper to buy the adapter. I also use rechargeable batteries, so I don't have to buy a bunch of batteries just to through them away when they are dead.It took a little trial and error to figure the tricks of this camera. Like the focusing is not built into the viewfinder, but rather a separate viewfinder on the left of the main one. Once I got everything figured out, the camera takes great... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 13, 2013
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    Vintage Polaroid 420 Land Camera

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    Rating (2 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
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    Awesome vintage prints!

    0 5/5 E. Broome (Germany) - See all my reviews This review is from: Vintage Polaroid 420 Land Camera (Electronics) Such a neat camera! Very vintage feel with the bellows and mechanical metal hardware. The package arrived packed very well by the seller. I followed directions on how to use the camera from a video on YouTube(there's tons of them). The quality of prints were way beyond what I expected from this. They are contrasty and pretty clear. It only take about 60 seconds for the film to develop after you pull the tab from the side of the camera. It's such a cool feeling. In short, neat camera, good price, awesome pictures, and a great conversation piece. 0, September 20, 2013

    Happy Customer

    0 5/5 lukatana - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Vintage Polaroid 420 Land Camera (Electronics) Showed up on time exactly as described. I'm in love with this camera and have taken so many pics with fuji film. works perfect! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 16, 2011
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    Rating (1 reviews):
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    0 5/5 Patrick John Carlson - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid Autofocus 660 Land Camera (Electronics) Bought this as a gift for my girlfriend. I was expecting just an average, slightly used camera.The camera I received was mint condition. She loved it. No scratches. Nothing. It was phenomenal. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 30, 2014
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    0 5/5 Sarai - See all my reviews This review is from: Polaroid 320 Instant Pack Film Land Camera (Electronics) I have this camera and was wondering what size battery n film it needs oh and is there paper I need to buy too 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 17, 2014
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    this + $60 camera + bleach = fun!

    I'm not going to write the usual review here, because lets face it.... people don't buy this format of instant film anymore just to get photos with the best image quality or the cheapest photos. Though perhaps some customers would be owners of legacy systems that still need this film to keep doing what they've been doing, if you're reading this then you're most likely interested in film photography for some sort of artistic reason.I originally bought this stuff for test exposures using Polaroid backs for Hasselblad and Mamiya medium format cameras, but later I decided to buy an old 1967 Polaroid 250 Land Camera off of eBay for $60 to see what I could do with whatever of this film is still being made. Best purchase ever!In the process of messing around I found that people were able to actually reclaim the negatives from these peel-apart films by using household bleach to dissolve the opaque black anti-halation coating on the non-emulsion side of the negative... 5/5 Omega Man "Technoanalyst" (Georgia, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: FUJIFILM FP-100C 3.25 X 4.25 Inches Professional Instant Color Film (Electronics) I'm not going to write the usual review here, because lets face it.... people don't buy this format of instant film anymore just to get photos with the best image quality or the cheapest photos. Though perhaps some customers would be owners of legacy systems that still need this film to keep doing what they've been doing, if you're reading this then you're most likely interested in film photography for some sort of artistic reason.I originally bought this stuff for test exposures using Polaroid backs for Hasselblad and Mamiya medium format cameras, but later I decided to buy an old 1967 Polaroid 250 Land Camera off of eBay for $60 to see what I could do with whatever of this film is still being made. Best purchase ever!In the process of messing around I found that people were able to actually reclaim the negatives from these peel-apart films by using household bleach to dissolve the opaque black anti-halation coating on the non-emulsion side of the negative... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 20, 2012

    Fuji has kept my old Polaroids alive

    I shoot instant film because it is fun. If you need the absolute highest quality images you should stick with digital or conventional film. I've been shooting FP100-C a little more than a year and love it. Colors are true, the film is consistent, development is self-terminating (meaning you cannot ruin the print by developing too long), and expiration dates do not appear to be critical. I've used film a year after expiration with no problems. The resolution doesn't compare to a good 35mm but looks fabulous at 3.25 x 4.25, just don't expect to make great enlargements.Shooting instant film is one part photography and one part street theater, if you can't stand attention don't try it. Just unfolding a pack film camera will draw questions. When the prints come out you'll find it hard to keep them. Most people will want your prints, I end up giving away more than I keep. You can also reclaim and scan negatives. They are as good as the prints but color and exposure look... 4/5 S. Scovel - See all my reviews, October 27, 2012

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    0 4/5 Visualist - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: FUJIFILM FP-100C 3.25 X 4.25 Inches Professional Instant Color Film (Electronics) I wanted to test out an old Polaroid 100 camera and this film was available at a great price. I picked up a pack and it works just as I expected it to. I think it looks better than the original Polaroid 669 film with the typical Fuji saturation. If I decide to continue playing with the camera, I'll be buying more! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 25, 2013
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