The Polaroid 690 is a professional single lens reflex camera made by Polaroid which was introduced and debuted at the Photokina 1996. It had an original list price of $399, which was then lowered a few years later. Production stopped in the early 2000s in the USA and it's territories, while the camera was currently sold until 2002.It uses 600 integral film, with the traditional 'Polaroid' image with the white frame. Working specimens sell at about 200 dollars all the way to five hundred dollars on eBay.
- Four element lens
- 116mm f/8 fully-coated and corrected lense
- Programmed aperture/shutter speed
- Uses common 600 film, currently made by the Impossible Project.