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Vintage Polaroid Spectra 2 camera and film

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1980s Polaroid Spectra 2
One sealed package of film
One clear plastic picture case

A great working camera that comes with a sealed package of film and a clear plastic picture case!

This camera is in very good condition and very clean!

In the last photo, inside the picture case are two pictures taken with this camera. These were the last two shots that were left inside the camera that have been exposed for years so, even though they didn't come out great, they were taken to show the camera works properly. With good film I feel more than confident that this camera will produce fantastic pictures!

**Below is a brief history of Polaroid Spectra Cameras and film

"All Spectra models except the Macro SLRs and the ProCam feature 125mm lenses, giving a field of view equivalent to 46mm on a 35mm film camera.

Polaroid introduced the Spectra system of cameras in the early 1980s. It was an all-new line of cameras, and had a corresponding new film. Spectra film (called 'Image' outside of North America) is different from 600 integral film in that it has a different image format: a rectangular 9.2 x 7.3cm rather than 600 film's square format. Spectra film is otherwise identical to 600 film - ISO speed, development method and operation remain identical. The Spectra range of cameras also sport better lenses on average than the 600-film range, with most of the models utilising an arc-shaped range of focusing lenses inside the body that swing across the exterior lens element to provide correct focusing, rather than adjusting the distance between internal lens elements. Spectra cameras are thought to take higher-quality pictures than a conventional 600 Polaroid camera, due to the camera's higher build quality and a proportionally larger print area."

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Vintage Polaroid Spectra 2 camera and film

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1980s
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