Retro Photography Boutique - http://vivianasuner.com

Polaroid Land Camera 80a -




   Polaroid Land Camera 80a - 82 items found  View more items

Feb 07, 2012 by Brandon | Posted in Cameras

What film can be used for a 80a Polaroid land camera?


Polaroid Land Camera Model 80A is from the 1950's The old Polaroid roll films are out of production since the 1960's Type 30 series roll film (2½" × 3¼") for Polaroid Land Camera Model 80A Type 31, ISO 100, black and white Type 32, ISO 200, black and white Polaroid Land Camera Model 80A - User's Manual (about film see page 8) http://www.copweb.be/Moorman%20Camera.ht m

Arturo | Feb 07, 2012
Apr 30, 2011 by Kae | Posted in Photography

What cameras should I buy?

I've developed an avid interest in cameras, film, photography, and cinematography over the past year. I've always liked watching movies, and snapping pictures with my dad's Canon Powershot, or later with his Olympus OM-2. But it's only recently that I've been interested in how it all works, and of obtaining a larger collection of cameras. I currently have my dad's old olympus 35mm, an Olympus e-620, a cherry red polaroid 600 cool cam, a Polaroid Land Camera 80A, and an Polaroid SX-70. Lots of Polaroids I collected from family members and antique stores. I'd really like to buy an old TLR. A Yashica or Rolleiflex... I also covet those toy Holga cameras. I used one once at a cousin's house and the pictures were fractured and beautiful. Does anyone have any suggestions for good cameras? Any interesting old cameras for sale? I don't care about brand, just quality. Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji, Polaroid, Etc... I'm also interested in getting my first high quality camcorder. For experimental film making mostly. I can give you more details if you ask.


If you want a TLR I suggest the Minolta Autocord. The Minolta XD-11 was the first multi-mode 35mm film camera. It gave you the choice of Aperture or Shutter Priority as well as Manual operation. A common feature on today's DSLRs but pioneered by Minolta. This camera was a product of a technology sharing agreement between Minolta and Leica. Leica sold it as their R-4 and R-5. The Minolta CLE 35mm rangefinder camera was a product of the collaboration between Leica and Minolta. Rare and pricey, especially with all 3 of the lenses made for it. Leica sold it as the CL. The CLE was the first 35mm camera to use off-film flash metering - called TTL and still in use in today's DSLRs. The Minolta XE-7 was also a Minolta-Leica product. The shutter was designed by Leitz and Copal and is arguably the quietest shutter ever found in a 35mm film camera. Leica sold the XE-7 with a Leica lens mount and metering system as the Leica R-3. So if you ever see a Leica R-3 you're really looking at a Minolta. It came before the XD-11 and the later XD-11 used the same Leitz-Copal designed shutter. The Minolta X-700 offered either Aperture Priority or Program modes. In Program the camera selected both aperture and shutter. Sound familiar? Entry-level DSLRs have it. The X-700 also used the off-film flash metering from the CLE. The Minolta Maxxum 7000 was the first full-featured 35mm auto focus SLR and all but made manual focusing obsolete for the hobbyist photographer and now even most professioanl photographers are auto-focus dependent. The Minolta Maxxum 7000i was, in my opinion, the beginning of the "dumbing down" of photography since it introduced the Minolta "Creative Card System". You had a card for sports, portraits, DOF, etc., etc. Today this is seen as all the various "Scene Modes" on digital cameras. Why learn all that boring stuff about exposure and aperture and shutter

| Apr 29, 2011
. | Apr 29, 2011
I like Sony brand cameras. They have very clear and good quality pictures. Alot of Chinese people buy that brand.
darkwave420 | Apr 29, 2011
this is the camera i have http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004T H9L/sr=8-6/qid=1304147792/ref=olp_produc t_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=130414 7792&sr=8-6&seller=i .you should invest in a 50mm 1.8 too. this camera its easy enough to learn and smart enough to grow with you,
Miyuki | Apr 29, 2011
I've somewhat accidentally taken up collecting photography equipment. I frequent a lot of the local thrift stores, and I've discovered that they often have cameras, lenses, and accessories on the shelf for ridiculously low prices. I actually just picked up a Canon AT-1 with two lenses (50mm f/1.8 and 80~205mm f/2.8 macro) and a UV filter for under $15 at one of the Goodwill stores in town. Earlier this week, I found a UV filter at the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store down the street for fifty cents. If you're really not picky about what you add to your collection, try hitting up some of the thrift stores in your area. It can be hit or miss, but if you happen to have a smart phone you can research your finds before you buy.
just another idiot | Apr 29, 2011
There are cheap eastern european TLR cameras available, things like Lyubitel . (also SLR's/rangefinders - Zorki, Fed, etc) Good brands include Rollei, Leica, Voightlander, Zeiss etc. Also the original Lomo's Are you interested in the physical/technology of the mechanisms/lenses or are you also into the process of film development? You might like to get into the medium frame or even large frame world - beautiful images.
EDWIN | Apr 29, 2011
If you want a TLR I suggest the Minolta Autocord. The Minolta XD-11 was the first multi-mode 35mm film camera. It gave you the choice of Aperture or Shutter Priority as well as Manual operation. A common feature on today's DSLRs but pioneered by Minolta. This camera was a product of a technology sharing agreement between Minolta and Leica. Leica sold it as their R-4 and R-5. The Minolta CLE 35mm rangefinder camera was a product of the collaboration between Leica and Minolta. Rare and pricey, especially with all 3 of the lenses made for it. Leica sold it as the CL. The CLE was the first 35mm camera to use off-film flash metering - called TTL and still in use in today's DSLRs. The Minolta XE-7 was also a Minolta-Leica product. The shutter was designed by Leitz and Copal and is arguably the quietest shutter ever found in a 35mm film camera. Leica sold the XE-7 with a Leica lens mount and metering system as the Leica R-3. So if you ever see a Leica R-3 you're really looking at a Minolta. It came before the XD-11 and the later XD-11 used the same Leitz-Copal designed shutter. The Minolta X-700 offered either Aperture Priority or Program modes. In Program the camera selected both aperture and shutter. Sound familiar? Entry-level DSLRs have it. The X-700 also used the off-film flash metering from the CLE. The Minolta Maxxum 7000 was the first full-featured 35mm auto focus SLR and all but made manual focusing obsolete for the hobbyist photographer and now even most professioanl photographers are auto-focus dependent. The Minolta Maxxum 7000i was, in my opinion, the beginning of the "dumbing down" of photography since it introduced the Minolta "Creative Card System". You had a card for sports, portraits, DOF, etc., etc. Today this is seen as all the various "Scene Modes" on digital cameras. Why learn all that boring stuff about exposure and aperture and shutter
setaian | Apr 30, 2011
The OM-2 was a nice camera. Try and get an OM-1....my favorite camera of all time. Skip the OM-10 (complete junk). Any old Leica Range Finder is highly collectible. I used a Leica for a while and it gave me credibility I didn't actually deserve. Nikon made some very nice SLRs in the 80s. Back then my dream camera was an F4....and to this day whenever I walk into a camera shop, I always look for a second hand F4. I don't really know how collectible they are but in the 1970s my father used a Canon AE-1. I always used to sneak into his room and pull it out of it's case. In the 1960s he used a Yashica which was kind of cool. I actually still have that one....my father gave it to my sister and she gave it to me.

Polaroid Land Camera 80a - Bookshelf


192 pages

Polaroid Land Photography Manual, A Technical Handbook

Creator: Ansel Adams | Photography - 1963

POLAROID PRINT COPIER MODEL 230 For Polaroid Land Cameras Model 80 and 80A The Model 230 print copier is a smaller version for the 2/a x 3/4 inch cameras model 80 and 80A. It is set up and used in much the same way as the larger ...


Popular Photography Directory & Buying Guide

1958


Polaroid portfolio

Creator: John Wolbarst | 1959

Most of this does not apply to Polaroid Land Projection Film transparencies which , when properly processed, appear to be ... Exception — the Series 30 films, designed for use in the Model 80 and 80A Polaroid Land cameras, produce prints ...


Instant Cameras Directory

Polaroid Land Camera 80A | eBay
Find great deals on eBay for Polaroid Land Camera 80A in Vintage Instant Cameras. Shop with confidence.

Polaroid Land Camera | eBay - Electronics, Cars, Fashion ...
Shop huge inventory of Polaroid Land Camera 100, Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera, Polaroid Land Camera Film and more in Vintage Instant Cameras on eBay. Find great deals ...

The Land List -- Rollfilm Cameras
NOTE! Production Estimates provided on this page are based on statistical observation (from accumulated reports of serial numbers recorded from actual cameras), and ...

List of Polaroid instant cameras - Wikipedia, the free ...
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.

What is the value of a Polaroid Model 80 Land camera
What is the value of a Polaroid Model 80 Highlander camera? The Polaroid Model 80 was also known as the Highlander, and was a popular camera during its era.


ADVANCED PRODUCT FINDER

    Don't see what you're looking for?

Instant Cameras

Editor's picks

  • Polaroid Highlander Model 80 Land Camera Folding Instant Film Camera

    Single Detail Page Misc


  • Polaroid Corporation, No Date, Ca Late Early 1960's

    How to Make Good Pictures with Your Polaroid Highlander Land Camera Model 80 a (Instruction Manual)

    Book (Polaroid Corporation, No Date, Ca Late Early 1960's)


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid Model 80 Folding Land Camera *AS PICTURED*

    Single Detail Page Misc (Polaroid)

    Will arrive for Christmas if ordered by 12/20
    Satisfaction Guaranteed
    Pictures are of the actual item you will receive
    All items are guaranteed to be as described
    Expedited shipping is USPS Priority Mail (2-3 Business Days)


  • Polaroid

    Vintage Polaroid 80A Highlander Instant Film Land Camera

    Single Detail Page Misc (Polaroid)

    Flash: M-sync via Polaroid "hot shoe"
    Shutter: 2-speed everset rotary-leaf design; 1/25 and 1/100 plus Bulb
    Lens: 100mm f8.8 3-element glass
    Self-erecting bellows design
    Exposure set by standard EV ("exposure value") scale


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Sony Cybershot DSC- WX150, WX300, WX80, WX70, WX50, WX30, WX10, WX9, WX5, W710, W730, W690, W650, W620, W610, W570, W560, W550, W530, W510, W380, W350, W330, W320, W310, S2100, S2000 Digital Cameras

    Photography (Polaroid)

    Rating (314 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Polaroid

    Great Value

    I actually ruined my camera using this thing... and I'm STILL going to give it 4 stars.Word to the wise: take the wrist strap off your camera before you use this case. I used this thing everyday in Hawaii and really liked the results. I got a little too comfortable taking my camera in and out of the housing and one day the strap got stuck in the seam and I didn't notice. Since it had worked fine for several days I also got too lax about checking before dunking. DAMN -- small leak and about 5 minutes later... the camera is dead. :( I felt like a moron when I saw what I had done. I was confident it wouldn't happen again, so I took the strap off my back-up camera and used it for the rest of the week w/o any problem.So, besides that major oops, the case was easy to use and yielded some great pics in the water and underwater where otherwise we would have had zero pictures. The rigid case made it easy to hold in the water and the soft plastic was perfect for... 4/5 J. Green (Burbank, CA) - See all my reviews, June 2, 2012

    Great buy for the money

    0 4/5 M. Schlueb (Orlando, FL) - See all my reviews, June 28, 2011

    Last minute Hawaii camera case

    0 5/5 Yvonne - See all my reviews This review is from: Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Nikon Coolpix L22, L24, L26, L28, S3100, S3000, S3100, S3300, S4000, S4100, S4300, S5100, S5200, S6000, S6100, S6200, S6300, S6400, S6500, S01, S80, S70, S220, S230, S620, S640 Digital Cameras (Electronics) I bought this case as a last minute thing, 4 days prior to my departure to Hawaii. It arrived just in time. Having no knowledge of underwater camera cases, I tested it out in a sink full of water. This product works! I was blown away actually. This camera case was so useful on a shark cage dive where the seas were pretty rough, snorkeling, and kayaking. I could easily push the buttons on my Nikon cool pix S6100. Change the settings from movie to picture with ease. Definitely recommended, but always test it out first. In terms of the picture quality, the underwater ones turned out great. No fogginess at all. Probably the only foggy pictures were those when I was kayaking and that was because I didn't clean the outer surface covered in water drops. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 30, 2011
    Depth Tested to 30' (10m)
    Housing Optimized For Underwater Flash Use
    Sealed Gasket Design For Added Protection From Water And The Elements
    Protects Virtually Any Ultra Compact Lens Camera
    Rugged Housing Provides Full Access To Virtually all Camera Key Controls And Features


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid EE land 100 Camera

    Photography (Polaroid)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (2.0/5)
    Polaroid

    Polaroid EE100 Camera

    0 2/5 J. Craigen (Ames, IA, USA) - See all my reviews, April 14, 2011
    Takes generic 'blue dot' flashcubes
    The EE100 can use both 100-series and 80-series packfilms
    Focusing is carried out by turning the distance-marked front lens element
    Fixed non-focusing viewfinder


  • Polaroid

    Rare Polaroid Type 88 Polacolor Land Film For Polaroid Pack Film Cameras

    Single Detail Page Misc (Polaroid)

    Eight 3 1/4" x 3 3/8" Prints
    Film speed: ASA 75 (80)
    60-second development


  • Polaroid Land Camera

    Single Detail Page Misc (Polaroid)

    Land Camera 330
    Polaroid


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Samsung ST30, ST65, ST76, ST80, ST90, ST93, ST95, ST100, ST200F, ST700, PL100, PL120, PL150, PL200, PL210, PL170, SH100, WB700,WB2000, TL205, TL210, TL350, MV800, DV300F Digital Cameras

    Photography (Polaroid)

    Rating (6 reviews):
    (2.7/5)
    Polaroid

    Works Great!

    0 5/5 Les - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Samsung ST30, ST65, ST76, ST80, ST90, ST93, ST95, ST100, ST200F, ST700, PL100, PL120, PL150, PL200, PL210, PL170, SH100, WB700,WB2000, TL205, TL210, TL350, MV800, DV300F Digital Cameras (Electronics) I used this snorkeling in Mexico and put it through some real tests. It works great...........when you get used to it! It's a little clumsy with the controls, but it's great for the price. Takes good clear underwater photos with small point and shot camera's like my little Samsung ST65. Thanks! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 21, 2013

    Disappointed

    0 1/5 shelly - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Samsung ST30, ST65, ST76, ST80, ST90, ST93, ST95, ST100, ST200F, ST700, PL100, PL120, PL150, PL200, PL210, PL170, SH100, WB700,WB2000, TL205, TL210, TL350, MV800, DV300F Digital Cameras (Electronics) Did not fit my Samsung WB250F. My Sony Cybershot barely fit. It is too difficult to push any of the buttons on the camera when in the case. Not practical & very disappointing. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 22, 2014

    It does not work, poor material

    0 1/5 Yoselyne Dorante "Yoselyne" (Caracas, Venezuela) - See all my reviews, December 9, 2013
    Protects Virtually Any Ultra Compact Lens Camera
    Sealed Gasket Design For Added Protection From Water And The Elements
    Depth Tested to 30' (10m)
    Housing Optimized For Underwater Flash Use
    Rugged Housing Provides Full Access To Virtually all Camera Key Controls And Features


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Nikon Coolpix L22, L24, L26, L28, S3100, S3000, S3100, S3300, S4000, S4100, S4300, S5100, S5200, S6000, S6100, S6200, S6300, S6400, S6500, S01, S80, S70, S220, S230, S620, S640 Digital Cameras

    Photography (Polaroid)

    Rating (314 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Polaroid

    Great Value

    I actually ruined my camera using this thing... and I'm STILL going to give it 4 stars.Word to the wise: take the wrist strap off your camera before you use this case. I used this thing everyday in Hawaii and really liked the results. I got a little too comfortable taking my camera in and out of the housing and one day the strap got stuck in the seam and I didn't notice. Since it had worked fine for several days I also got too lax about checking before dunking. DAMN -- small leak and about 5 minutes later... the camera is dead. :( I felt like a moron when I saw what I had done. I was confident it wouldn't happen again, so I took the strap off my back-up camera and used it for the rest of the week w/o any problem.So, besides that major oops, the case was easy to use and yielded some great pics in the water and underwater where otherwise we would have had zero pictures. The rigid case made it easy to hold in the water and the soft plastic was perfect for... 4/5 J. Green (Burbank, CA) - See all my reviews, June 2, 2012

    Great buy for the money

    0 4/5 M. Schlueb (Orlando, FL) - See all my reviews, June 28, 2011

    Last minute Hawaii camera case

    0 5/5 Yvonne - See all my reviews This review is from: Polaroid Dive-Rated Waterproof Camera Housing For The Nikon Coolpix L22, L24, L26, L28, S3100, S3000, S3100, S3300, S4000, S4100, S4300, S5100, S5200, S6000, S6100, S6200, S6300, S6400, S6500, S01, S80, S70, S220, S230, S620, S640 Digital Cameras (Electronics) I bought this case as a last minute thing, 4 days prior to my departure to Hawaii. It arrived just in time. Having no knowledge of underwater camera cases, I tested it out in a sink full of water. This product works! I was blown away actually. This camera case was so useful on a shark cage dive where the seas were pretty rough, snorkeling, and kayaking. I could easily push the buttons on my Nikon cool pix S6100. Change the settings from movie to picture with ease. Definitely recommended, but always test it out first. In terms of the picture quality, the underwater ones turned out great. No fogginess at all. Probably the only foggy pictures were those when I was kayaking and that was because I didn't clean the outer surface covered in water drops. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 30, 2011
    Rugged Housing Provides Full Access To Virtually all Camera Key Controls And Features
    Protects Virtually Any Ultra Compact Lens Camera
    Depth Tested to 30' (10m)
    Sealed Gasket Design For Added Protection From Water And The Elements
    Housing Optimized For Underwater Flash Use