Polaroid Land 250 Camera Color & B&W film flashbulbs - vintage great condition
In great condition - case and parts have some wear, but still in great condition - see photos for actual item condition
From Manufacturer's website:
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:
The 250 is one of the higher-end models of the 100-400 series line of folding Packfilm Land Cameras, similar to the 100, 350, 360 and 450 models; it lacks the electronic development timer of the later (higher-numbered) models, but early models of the 250 have a larger viewfinder window than the later Zeiss-Ikon rangefinder models - both models of eyepiece are functionally identical but the earlier model has a larger window at the rear. Partway through the 250's life cycle the viewfinder was changed to match the same type that would be used on the 350 and 450 models, effectively meaning there were 2 versions of the 250 produced.
The main advantages these models have over the majority of the other, 'consumer' models in the series are:
The 250 was produced from 1967 until 1969
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