Polaroid Model 150

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The Polaroid Land Camera Model 150 was a circa-1957 entry in Polaroid's original series of folding cameras, which used instant film in rolls. (This film format went out of production in approximately 1992[1].)

In features, it resembles the Model 95B "Speedliner" but includes a dual-window rangefinder/viewfinder similar to the higher-specification Model 110A "Pathfinder."



List of Polaroid roll-film models at The Land List