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Polaroid Square Shooter Land Camera, circa 1971-72. Rigid plastic body. Socket on side for high-powered flash cubes. Viewfinder focus uses a "triangulation distance finder," sort of a rudimentary rangefinder with a pendulum pointer. Metal cold clip with instructions for shooting and developing on back. Inside has developer spreader with bars. Plastic wrist strap.

Measures 5 1/2" tall x 6" wide x 5" deep.

Takes 88 packfilm, which has been discontinued for several years and is hard to find. There is still some to be had on eBay and from places that specialize in discontinued film types. You can also find tutorials online for how to convert this model into a pinhole camera, which would allow you to use a readily available non-instant film format such as 35mm.

This camera has not been tested with film or batteries, but the shutter appears to fire normally. Good cosmetic condition. A bit dusty in the crevices. Cold clip has some sticker residue on the edges.

Please note: if you are interested in this item as a prop camera, it does not stand on its own. (In the first photo, it is being propped up in order to display head-on.)

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1970s Polaroid Square Shooter Camera / Vintage Polaroid Land Camera


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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