Polaroid 250 Automatic Land Camera - Zeiss Ikon Range Finder
The Metal bodied 1967 Polaroid 250 Automatic Land Camera - The Cadillac of Land Cameras!
This top-of-the-line Polaroid camera features folding bellows, tripod socket, PC Flash Socket and automatic exposure (with a Polaroid "electric eye"). Camera has a flip-up single-window view/rangefinder made by Zeiss Ikon. Finder has projected framelines and automatic parallax compensation.
Has settings for film speeds of 75, 150, 300, and 3000 ASA. Has switch which gives choice of two different aperture settings for each film speed setting. This model is highly coveted because because of its Zeiss Ikon rangefinder “split-field” focusing and unique “visible focus index guide” printed on the right side of the camera above the bellows (see pix below).
Inspected and fully tested by (FPP) Film Photography Project's Michael Raso, this camera was gently used by its original owner. Minor scuffs from usage, this awesome 250 operates perfectly for years of awesome image making.
Polaroid 250 Automatic Camera w/ cover - Please note that the battery compartment has been completely refurbished and converted so that your Polaroid 250 will use 3-AAA batteries. Replacing batteries will be a breeze. Speaking of batteries, three fresh AAA batteries are included and installed!
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