This camera has a different, more
landscape style of film
format, 9.2x7.3 instead of 7.9x7.9 square format of 600 film, like the
Spectra / Image series. But is is very different cosmetically, it has a
completely different folding style than the other Spectra cameras, a
sort of like a sideways folding style. The lens is of a shorter focal
length compared with other Spectra cameras, so it's more wide angled.
This lens is reputed to also be higher in quality than that of other
Spectra models. Just to make it clear: Polaroid was capable of building
high quality plastic lenses and even to coat them, these lenses age
well. And keep in mind that modern zoom lenses have plastic elements
Features of the ProCam model:
Lens: 90mm 4-element high quality lens, probably plastic Shutter: electronic, range 2.8 (6?)sec - ~1/200 sec. Exposure: programmed automatic Automatic focus, uses Polaroid Sonar AF system. Infinity focus lock control. Built-in automatic electronic flash. Flash fires automatically, can be switched off permanently. Built-in self timer. Date/time imprint capability. Self-timer.
Polaroid Image System.
Back with some controls.
Seen from above.
Bottom. Tripod screw.
Front, camera open.
Camera open, seen from the back. Date imprint possibility.
The wider angle of this model may have some interest.