Polaroid Speedliner

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The Land Camera Model 95A of 1954 and the 95B of 1957 were part of Polaroid's original series of folding cameras, using instant film in rolls. (This film format went out of production in approximately 1992[1].) These "Speedliner" models lacked the rangefinder focusing and faster lenses of the 110/A/B " Pathfinder" series. Instead they utilized a viewfinder with a parallax compensation wire and zone focusing. For exposure the 95a model used a LV method while the 95b model uses a more standardized EV scale.