Saturday, 1 December 2012

Shooting with Polaroid 195

Polaroid 195 was introduced in 1974 as a professional camera and arguably was one of the best Polaroid camera ever. It was extremely well built, supplied with fast 114mm f/3.8 Tominon lens (by legendary Tomioka)  and very high quality central shutter (Copal, Compur ?). On the picture you can see it with mechanical self-timer attached.
Even today it works like a charm with Fuji instant film and Type 100 from the Impossible Project.

On the background you can see some incredible Polaroid ads from 60's with Louis Armstrong and Salvador Dali.

All pictures below were taken with Polaroid Type 665 film at our friend's cottage in the last year or two.


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