Vintage 1965 Polaroid automatic model 104 instant pack film Land camera. This was Polaroid’s first lightweight plastic Land camera which was named after the Polaroid co-founder, Edwin Land. In 1965 this widely purchased family camera could be had for $49.95, which is about $436 in today’s economy. This popular vintage instant photo camera produced by the Polaroid Camera Company features folding camera bellows, an automatic exposure, an electronic shutter and a 2-element lens (114 mm f 8.8 stop). Will use any 100 series film which is still available for purchase via the internet. Camera is also supplied with unopened packages of film (which is date expired) and flashbulbs. Condition is used and the camera has not been tested. Purchase is as is with all of the supplies including the original users manual. Measures 20 x 14 x 6.7 cm closed and 20 x 14 x 6.5 cm open.