List of Polaroid Instant Cameras - Roll Film

Roll Film

These cameras took Polaroid Picture Roll Land film, which was discontinued in 1992. Some of these cameras can be converted to take pack film, but others cannot.

  • 40 Series (3.25 x 4.25 inch, 83 x 108 mm)
    • Model 95 (1948–1953)
    • Model 95A "Speedliner" (1954–1957)
    • Model 95B "Speedliner" (1957–1961)
    • Model 100 "One Hundred" (1954–1957)
    • Model 110 "Pathfinder" (1952–1957)
    • Model 110A "Pathfinder" (1957–1960)
    • Model 110B "Pathfinder" (1960–1964)
    • Model 120 (1961–1965)
    • Model 150 (1957–1960)
    • Model 160 (1962–1965)
    • Model 700 (1955–1957)
    • Model 800 "The 800" (1957–1962)
    • Model 850 (1961–1963)
    • Model 900 (1960–1963)
    • Model J66 (1961–1963)
  • 30 Series (2.5 x 3.25 inch, 64 x 83 mm)
    • Model 80 "Highlander" (1954–1957)
    • Model 80A "Highlander" (1957–1959)
    • Model 80B "Highlander" (1959–1961)
    • Model J33 (1961–1963)
  • 20 Series (2.5 x 3.25 inch, 64 x 83 mm)
    • Model 20 "Swinger" (1965–1970)
    • Model M15 "Swinger Sentinel"
    • Swinger II

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