Polaroid Land Model 95
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The Model 95 is the first of Edwin Land's instant picture cameras. Starting in 1948 the Polaroid Corporation in Rochester made at least 1.5 million of the Model 95 folding viewfinder camera for his instant roll film, including the variants, Model 95A (1954) and 95B (1957).The first of these is recognizable having a spring sighting pin as part of the viewfinder, while the later model 95A and 95B have a wire frame. The 95B also uses EV numbers for the exposure scale. The model name is written on the face plate of the camera.
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- The First Thirty Years 1948 1978: A Chronology of Polaroid photographic products