This is the POLAROID MINIPORTRAIT CAMERA 454.
It has been made in Japan. It shoots 4 passport pictures on a
sheet of 4x5 inch film. It is very similar to the 402 except its bigger
Focal distance calculated for 1.2m distance to the object, measurement tape integrated.
F: 8 to 32.
Shutter speeds: B, 1/60 and 1/125.
Flash socket for x-sync cable. Viewer with bright lined frame.
takes 4 pictures at once, but can make different pictures if using
black lens caps. There was a set of 4 stick-on lenses avaliable, for
taking portraits of 2 or 3 persons. The camera works without batteries.
There are 2 Polaroid Film backs for this camera, the 545 single sheet
back and the 454 pack film back. This camera was the simple work-horse
for studio portraits. The 4x5 Instant film has long been discontinued.
But as the back is a standard Graflex back, the camera can be used with
ordinary 4x5 sheet film in a standard Graflex back. The 454 back is
said to be an easy base to be altered for wet collodion photography.
So here are some pictures:
Back side. Attached timer.
Seen from above. Shutter cocking lever, flash socket, accessory shoe.