Introduced in 1990, the Minolta Instant Pro was very similar to the Polaroid Spectra Pro, and uses Polaroid Spectra film. It allows manual focusing, time exposures (programmed and manual), exposure correction for back lighting, sequential pictures (self-timed and variable), and multiple exposures. Cameras for Polaroid film allowing this much control are rare.

The Instant Pro was sold with a close-up adapter.

Minolta Instant Pro Camera

Minolta Instant Pro Camera

Minolta Instant Pro manual , from cameramanuals.org

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