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These relatively cheap consumer models from Polaroid were plastic-bodied (non-folding) cameras of the late 1960s-mid 1970s. Generally, they have plastic lenses with 1-3 elements. Most have front element distance scale focusing, though some are fixed focus. Most models use 100 series pack film (currently only made by Fujifilm), a few use the smaller 80 series (no longer in production), and some are able to use both. Many models exist in this series; often they are very similar and were simply renamed for different markets.
- Polaroid Big Swinger 3000
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- Polaroid Big Shot Portrait Land Camera
- Polaroid Colorpack 80
- Polaroid Colorpack II
- Polaroid Colorpack III (Type 100 film only)
- Polaroid Colorpack IV (Type 100 film only)
- Polaroid Colorpack V (aka CP5)
- Polaroid The Colorpack
- Polaroid EE60
- Polaroid Electric Zip
- Polaroid Instant 10 (type 80 only)
- Polaroid Instant 20 (type 80 only)
- Polaroid Instant 30 (Uses size 80 or 100 film, seen with polatriplet coated lens)
- Polaroid Minute Maker
- Polaroid Minute Maker Plus
- Polaroid Square Shooter
- Polaroid Square Shooter II
- Polaroid Super Shooter
- Polaroid Super Colour Swinger II
- Polaroid Super Colour Swinger III (80 and 100)
- Polaroid Super Swinger (ISO 3000 type 87 black and white only)
- Blog post with longer list of models and compatible films.