Polaroid EE 100 Special
Let me introduce you today to one of the Polaroid cameras. Just briefly about the brand which is focused mainly on the instant photography. The Polaroid Corporation was founded in 1937 by Edwin Herbert Land (1909 - 1991). Instant film and cameras, was reached the market in 1948, and continued to be the company's flagship product line until the February 2008.
Edwin Herbert Land My first test on paper Polacolor exp. 08/97
Fujifilm company continues to produce and sell instant film. Next company is The Impossible Project, restart production of Polaroid instant film, using Polaroid's original equipment and factory in Netherlands.
Polaroid EE 100 Special uses 100-series pack films. 660-series peel-apart packfilms (such as Type 669) may also be used in these cameras. The EE100 can use both 100-series and 80-series packfilms. The viewfinder is marked for both film formats. Manufactured from about 1989 to 1992. Based on the Reporter model introduced in 1977, the EE100 Special was a plastic bodied Polaroid pack film camera. You can use both color (75 ISO) and black and white (3000 ISO) film.