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Polaroid cameras! My dad bought me one just like this for my birthday one year:)

Peel apart film on our first Polaroid camera--remember the smell?

Slim Polaroid camera circa 1972. They were big and awkward and required special film, but that was state-of-the-art back then!

i only have the pink on pink one..i had no idea there was a pola with mint green and pink...

Polaroid | The original instant photo | I love this, seeing how it would have been a major moment in the past to have the picture directly after taking it; compared to how easily those actions are today, this seems comical

Write on Boards. It was always so fun to get a new one after the old one was used until it was destroyed.

Kodak Instamatic X-15F - supported a flash bar that contained 8 exposures ... Flash bar was flipped after 4 exposures

Big old flash cube. This was the first camera I ever had.

Vintage Polaroid SX-70 Camera

Magic slate and draw . . . I remember the sound it would make when you would "erase" it

Bell & Howell Filmo ? 75 The beautiful Filmo 75 is a 16mm movie camera, produced in Chicago beginning in 1928. It was intended for amateur use, but the quality of its construction makes it easy to see why Bell & Howell cameras were the tools of choice for Hollywood studios in the early days of motion pictures. Although rather heavy by today's standards, the 75 was quite compact for its time, and was marketed as a ladies' camera. Its ornate leather covering was available in Walnut Brown, Ebony Black, and Silver Birch (seen here).