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.
With its range of control switches and futuristic design, the Polaroid Image/Spectra Full Switch is one of the most advanced instant cameras from the golden age of Polaroid. Its powerful flash and versatility make it perfect for late-night shooting, and its special wide-format film means you can fit more people in the frame – which is good, because when you show up to the party with one of these, everyone’s going to want to be your friend.
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