First released in 1981, the Sun 660 is a variation on the classic Polaroid 600 system. It’s an easy to use point-and-shoot camera, meaning taking photos is as simple as, well, pointing and shooting. Not only that, the Sun 660 features Polaroid’s patented Sonar Autofocus technology, so you can get crystal clear photos every time. And with its sharp, squared-off ‘80s aesthetic, it’s not too bad to look at, either.
Accepts 600-Type Instant Film
Single-Element 116mm f/11 Lens
Focus Range: 3' - Infinity
Shutter Speed Range: 1/4-1/200th Second
Built-In Automatic Electronic Flash
Lighten/Darken Exposure Control Slider
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