This Polaroid Supercolor 670AF Autofocus Camera has been tested and has had very little use. The strap has never been unwound.
Polaroid Supercolor 670AF Autofocus Cameras were first released in the early 1980s. It features a single-element 116mm f/11 Sonar autofocus lens and a semi-automatic exposure system with a 1/4-1/200 second shutter. The built-in flash can be overridden and it flips down to protect the lens and controls. It also has a tripod socket.
It uses 600 type film. The camera is compact and an eye-catcher!
For more technical information of this fun camera, please use Google…they’ll do a much better job than I could ever do.
The Brownie Camera Guy says:
I LOVE INSTANT PHOTOGRAPHY! Over the years, I’ve accumulated a lot of instant cameras and it’s time they get used as they should. This camera recently had a film pack run through it and it works well.