Polaroid Big Shot Portrait Land Camera
Do the Big Shot shuffle!
Manufactured between 1971 and 1973, the Big Shot was used by Andy Warhol for his famous portrait series, and features a four-foot “fixed focus” which results in the photographer moving back and forth until the subject is in focus (frequently referred to as the “Big Shot Shuffle”).
above: Andy Warhol shooting with the Polaroid Big Shot!
•uses FujiFilm FP-100c Instant Color Film
•uses FujiFilm FP-100b Instant BW Film
•uses Fujifilm FP-3000b Instant BW Film (with flash diffusion and exposure setting turned to dark)
•uses MagiCube Flashcubes
(Magicube flash cubes and film pictured not included with purchase)
Inspected and fully tested by (FPP) Film Photography Project's Michael Raso, this Big Shot camera was gently used by its original owner.
Common camera scuffs and dings from age will not effect performance or the stunning images this camera takes!
Camera may not ship in its original cardboard packaging. (Whenever possible and available, we will ship your Big Shot with its original packaging.)
above: FPP's own factory superstar Catherine - Polaroid Big Shot image by Michael Raso Shot on Polaroid 664 BW film (scanned in color for Sepia look)