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Also known as the "Automatic 100" made news in 1963, the same year Dr. Land announced Polaroid's newest product; instant COLOR film (type 48). This new camera featured a completly automatic electronic shutter offering continuously variable speeds ranging from 10 seconds to 1/1200 of a second. Also featured was a f/8.8 ~ 114mm three element glass lens. The film came in a simple flat drop-in pack further proving Polaroid's leadership in photographic technology. Now we could enjoy INSTANT COLOR pictures as easily as we did the black and white ones. The camera was metal bodied with a plastic hinged cover and the bellows are grey in color. The viewfinder folded down and was protected under cover when not in use. Collector's value: $10-25