Polaroid 2000

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The Land Camera 2000 is the non-US name of the Pronto!, the model Polaroid introduced in 1976 as a lower-cost, rigid-bodied option accepting the same integral film as the premium SX-70.

As with most consumer-level Polaroids, exposure is controlled automatically by a photocell, contained within the lighter/darker adjustment barrel. The 2000 is a scale focusing model, which lacks the rangefinder focusing aid of the Polaroid 3000 (Pronto! RF).