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The Keystone Wizard Everyflash XF 1500 was the 'in-built flash' version of the Keystone Wizard XF 1000, the few cameras to use Polaroid SX-70 insta...
The Keystone Wizard XF 1000 made in the mid 1970's is one of the few cameras to use Polaroid SX-70 instant film without being manufactured by Polar...
The Keystone 60 Second Everflash model 800 is an independently manufactured Polaroid compatible instant camera from 1975, made in the USA by Berkey...
The Vredeborch Felica is a simple camera for 6×6 exposures on 120 film, made by the German firm Vredeborch. It is a modest step upwards from the mo...
In the 80s/90s, Polaroid released a Polaroid 600 Plus AM/FM Radio that operates using the polapulse batteries (battery that comes with the Polaroid...
The Clack camera was manufactured by Agfa 1954-65. It is a simple, box-like camera, with a single-element 95mm meniscus lens with built-in close-up...
Produced in collaboration with Mattel back in 1999, the Polaroid 600 Barbie Edition is a classic Polaroid 600 camera packaged in a cute color schem...
The Polaroid 600 Hello Kitty Edition is a limited-edition version of the classic Polaroid 600 featuring everybody's favorite feline. Released in th...
The very last model produced by Druopta Praha. The Corina is a simple plastic camera made by Druopta in (the then) Czechoslovakia. Druopta was a Cz...

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