These relatively cheap consumer models from Polaroid were plastic-bodied (non-folding) cameras of the late 1960s-mid 1970s. Generally, they have plastic lenses with 1-3 elements. Most have front element distance scale focusing, though some are fixed focus. Most models use 100 series pack film (currently only made by Fujifilm), a few use the smaller 80 series (no longer in production), and some are able to use both. Many models exist in this series; often they are very similar and were simply renamed for different markets.

  • Polaroid Big Swinger 3000


  • Blog post with longer list of models and compatible films.
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