Part of the series of Polaroid cameras started with the Automatic 100 and finishing at the Automatic 450, this camera shares a common set of features with all models in this line:
- Folding Bellows
- Automatic Exposure
- 100-series Packfilm
The 350 is one of the higher end models of the 100-400 series line of folding Packfilm Land Cameras, similar to the 100, 250, 360 and 450 models; the main difference being the inclusion of a development timer on the rear of the body, and a smaller eyepiece on the rangefinder - both models of eyepiece are functionally identical; the earlier model just has a larger window at the rear. The shutter speed is automatically chosen from a range of from 12-1/1200s.
The main advantages these models have over the majority of the other, 'consumer' models in the series are:
- Zeiss Ikon-designed rangefinder, with projected frame lines and parallax compensation.
- Tripod mount on all-metal body
- 3 element glass lens (114mm f8.8)
The 350 was produced from 1969 until 1971, retailing on release for $150.