Yes. A Mickey Mantle picture taken with a Polaroid camera, and other personal snapshots are highly collectible. A "snap shot" of Mickey Mantle could sell from $40.-$200,
Value will vary based on photo subject, and composition; what Mantle is doing, who he's with, in or out of uniform, or on or off the field. The ballpark Mantle is playing in with older ballparks that no longer exist selling higher. The quality of the photo, and size will also factor in. Photographs made from the original negative are also more valuable.
The first Polaroid camera was the Polaroid 95 Land Camera, manufactured from 1948-1953.You can see a picture of this camera via Related Links, below.
a polaroid camera :)
You can visit www.polaroid.com to purchase Polaroid cameras.
Polaroid cameras are cameras that print instantly having a picture been taken. I would not recommend this camera unless the person buying this does not intend to have the pictures digitized.
The camera is great for everyday use. It gives great angles and picture quality. Polaroid is a great brand and well known throughout the camera community. Many photographers would recommend a camera of this magnitude.
Polaroid was a brand of camera which developed prints of photographs within seconds of taking the picture. Cameras of this kind are now, of course, obsolete.
No. The newer Digital Polaroid camera Do take video. It will depend on the size of the sd card you have in the camera.
a Polaroid camera
The polaroid cameras I've seen have had two separate beam paths, one for the view finder and another one for the optics that actually take the picture. If yours is like that, with the viewfinder basically a hole through the top of the camera, then it is as it should.
polaroid land camera, maybe a 320. you can get them on ebay cheap and use fuji fp-100c film. happy picture taking!