Polaroid Land Camera 3000

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The Polaroid Land Camera 3000 is a plastic-bodied consumer camera for SX-70 integral film. It was made in 1977. It is much like a large number of functionally similar models such as the Land Camera 2000 or Pronto! , except that it has a coupled rangefinder—unusually, one where the doubled images are offset vertically rather than horizontally. It was known in the US as Pronto! RF

The other features of the camera are common to most of those in the range:

  • Three-element, coated plastic Polatriplet 116 mm f/9.4 lens with fixed aperture.
  • 3 ft minimum focus distance.
  • Front-element focusing.
  • Exposure compensation dial around electric eye.