Polaroid Land Camera - Model 95 Produced: 1948-1953 / Original Retail: $89.75 Estimated Production: 800,000 - (900,000) Lens: 135mm, f/11, 3-element glass. Shutter: 4 speed everset rotary-leaf design; 1/8 - 1/60, plus Bulb. Flash: M-sync via ASA-bayonet post connector (flash attachment missing). Exposure set by Light Value scale. Folding viewfinder, with simple "ball-and-mast" parallax compensation device. Scale focus, with distance set by arcuate lever. Has two tripod sockets and cable-release socket. Polished steel body with brown fake-leather covering. First Polaroid Land camera, first commercially successful self-developing camera system. COLLECTOR'S NOTES: The flash attachment is missing. The hand strap has cracking. Missing the flip-down stand. Faux leather peeling on one spot and flaking off in other spots. Bellows in great shape. Untested.