Pretending to be a serious photographer.

Matthew Brown

This is a Polaroid 360 Land Camera. After my mother-in-law died, we found this in her things, along with several other cameras - some junk, some not-so. It came with the complete briefcase of stuff - flash, manuals, the whole bit. The original cost of this would have exceeded a thousand dollars in today's money. Not cheap at all. It has a Zeiss rangefinder, a rechargeable electronic flash that no longer works (although apparently the nicad cells can be replaced), and all the bellowsy goodness that cameras like this have.

I haven't used it as much as I'd like, given its size and weight and the expense of the film, but I've really liked the results when I have.

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