Polaroid Land Camera Square Shooter 2

Polaroid Land Camera Square Shooter 2
Polaroid Land Camera Square Shooter 2

One day we wanted to go walking through Wilmington, IL just to walk through town. We parked on a main road and the sides were antique shop after antique shops! This camera is from the first shop we went to which was called “Treasure Cove”. We walked in and it was kind of a dumpy place but sometimes that’s where the best treasures are found! This camera was in the window front of the store. It came with the original case and we got it at a steal at $15! We also bought a flash and a bag full of blue flash bulbs.

General Information

Years Made1972-1975 (43 to 46 Years Old)
FilmType 88 Film
Weight455.00 g (1 lb)
Battery2 x AA
Country of ManufactureUSA


Features

Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
No No No No No


Comments (5)

Saige wrote on September 9th, 2013
Hi! I also have this Camera. :D I got it at a thrift shop in Colorado. Anymore info about this camera can really help!
Saige wrote on September 9th, 2013
P.S. I got it for a dollar. lol. I win.
amanda wrote on October 20th, 2013
I too have this camera. Just found it at my grandparents house. It still has the original instruction guide, magicubes flashes, and film. Soo neat :)
Cornelius Smiley wrote on April 7th, 2015
If anyone knows where to get film for this please email me, I need some film. Thanks.
Angel Robles wrote on May 13th, 2015
Hola esta cmara usa rollos fuji100c los puedes conseguir por eBay

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