In 1963, the Polaroid Corporation introduced the Automatic 100 Land Camera (also known as the Model 100). Named after Polaroid co-founder and genius inventor Edwin Land, the Land Cameras would go on to be a successful line of cameras for the company, produced in one form or another until the early 2000’s.
The Automatic 100 was sold from 1963 to 1966 and retailed for an approximate price of $164.95 (around $1,367.00, adjusted for inflation). It was also the first of the Polaroid cameras to utilize a new form of instant film, known as packfilm. The Automatic 100 would go on to become the basis of other packfilm cameras produced by Polaroid: the 100, 200, and 300 series, which all have similar functionality.
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