First introduced in the 1980s, Polaroid's Spectra & Image camera systems use a special wide-format instant film, and were popular in a number of professional settings, such as police forensics and medical examinations (though these days they’re more popular for landscapes and experimental photography). Their unique designs are pretty cool, and they have all types of features like self-timers and super close-up lenses too. So if you like your style with a bit of substance, look no further.
Polaroid Image/Spectra Camera - One switch
The Polaroid Spectra One Switch is a straightforward version of the classic Spectra system – wide format film, sci-fi aesthetic, and a quirky, pop-up design. Like many of the 600 models, the One Switch is really straightforward to use, with just a lighten/darken switch and a shutter button. So simple, even a chimp could use it. But don't give it to a chimp, they're terrible photographers.
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