Polaroid Land Camera 1000
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The Polaroid Land Camera 1000 is an export only camera of the Onestep model, and has a fixed focus plastic lens. They had two unique shutter colour, red and green. It uses the SX-70 time zero film, now manufactured by the Impossible Project. The camera shares some features with the plastic, non folding OneStep models, which includes a one element plastic lens, fixed focus and an exposure compensation dial knob. There is a flash specifically made for this model, the Q-light flash.
After some time the Polaroid SX-70 was released, the camera was pricey when introduced. It was then, Polaroid had thought of making a cheaper alternative, and had come up with the rigid plastic Pronto, and the Onestep series. Afterwards they came up with the 600 integral series camera, which is the most common Polaroid cameras available today.
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