Category Archives: Viewfinders

Polaroid Colorpack IV

Polaroid Colorpack IV is a viewfinder instant camera which originally uses the Polaroid Type 100 packfilm. Produced from 1969-1971, it belongs to a family of so-called rigid-body Polaroid packfilm cameras that were aimed to promote sales by having lower price … Continue reading

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Polaroid One

Introduced in 1981, nine years after the release of the┬álegendary SX-70, the Polaroid 600 film has a much faster ISO (rate at about ISO640) than its predecessor (ISO125). Size-wise, they are both 3 1/8″ x 3 1/8″. However, unlike the … Continue reading

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Minox 35 ML

Minox is a German manufacturer of miniature cameras. It had made cameras that use film as small as 8×11 mm per frame (110 film is 13×17 mm/frame while a Micro 4:3 sensor is 13.5×18 mm). The first Minox 8x11mm camera … Continue reading

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