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Tips on using a standard Polaroid camera and 20,000 ISO print film to make instant astrophotos without the need for a telescope.
ASTRONOMY Jan 1991 (v.19#1) pg. 83

How to turn Polaroid photographs into works of art by manipulating the surface of the film.
BOYS' LIFE Jul 1992 (v.82#7) pg. 26

Tip on using a self-adhesive temperature indicator strip to help determine the processing time for Polaroid films.
CAMERA & DARKROOM Jun 1992 (v.14#6) pg. 8

Instant photo image transfer process. How to transfer a Polaroid image to an ordinary sheet of watercolor paper.
CAMERA & DARKROOM Jul 1992 (v.14#7) pg. 28

A review of the film types available from Polaroid which can be of benefit to the serious photographer.
CAMERA 35 Nov 1974 (v.18#8) pg. 44

Tips on how a professional photographer uses Polaroid film backs to supplement or replace conventional film.
CAMERA 35 Jul 1980 (v.25#7) pg. 22

The easiest way to make your own color prints from color slides is with an enlarger and Kodak or Polaroid instant print material.
CAMERA 35 Mar 1981 (v.26#3) pg. 51

Layered realities. Alternative techniques with Polaroid peel-apart film. Tips from Rosamond Wolff Purcell on how to manipulate Polaroid materials.
CAMERA 35 Nov 1981 (v.26#11) pg. 50

Films of the world. Part 1. Color negative and instant color film.

The phoenix process. Restoring and using the scrap negatives from Polaroid Type 667 film.

Using Polaroid test shots when doing large format photography.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Jul-Aug 1980 (v.2#4) pg. 64

Tip: How to use the Vivitar Instant Slide Printer and Polaroid Type 665 film to make black and white internegatives from color slides.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Mar-Apr 1984 (v.6#2) pg. 8

How to make "instant" pictures on Direct Positive paper without the need for a negative.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY May-Jun 1984 (v.6#3) pg. 17

Instant feedback. A working professional compares the different instant film options from Polaroid and reviews their new E-6 conventional film.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Jan-Feb 1986 (v.8#1) pg. 36

A bevy of Polaroids. Overview of the instant 35mm films from Polaroid. Both color and B&W films are reviewed.
DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1990 (v.12#8) pg. 61

Make instant color prints from slides by using your enlarger to expose the slide onto Polaroid Type 58-Polacolor 2 film.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Winter 1980 (v.1#1) pg. 54

Instant photography in the darkroom. Part 1. Use an inexpensive Polaroid camera and SX-70 films to produce color prints from 35mm slides.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Jun 1982 (v.3#2) pg. 22

Instant photography in the darkroom. Part 2. How to make manipulated exposures on SX-70 film packs using an enlarger and color slides.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Sep 1982 (v.3#3) pg. 66

Slide printers. A review of commercial printers designed to make colored prints from colored slides onto Polaroid or Kodak instant print material.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Mar-Apr 1983 (v.4#2) pg. 22

SX-70 image manipulation. Use stylus-like tools to spread the color dyes. The manipulated image may then be copied to produce conventional color prints.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES Mar-Apr 1983 (v.4#2) pg. 54

How to make "old-time" photographs using a Polaroid camera and brown toner.
DARKROOM TECHNIQUES May-Jun 1983 (v.4#3) pg. 55

Alarm-triggered photos. Adapt a Polaroid "One-Step" camera for remote control. Use as part of an alarm system or to include yourself in photos.
HANDS-ON ELECTRONICS Jan 1987 (v.4#1) pg. 101

Replace the lens in a Polaroid Colorpack II or Square Shooter camera with any 80mm to 105mm lens in a shutter mount. You will have an improved camera with which to teach the importance of shutter and aperature settings.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Oct 1979 (v.68#7) pg. 67

A special issue on Polaroid recording systems. Looks at the history and uses of Polaroid products. Includes charts of cameras and accessories which can use Polaroid film and charts of Polaroid film types which are available.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1973 (v.22#8) pg. 19

Understanding and using Polaroid Type 105 negative/positive film.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1974 (v.23#2) pg. 32

Go from camera exposure to multiple prints in under 10 minutes. Combine Polaroid's positive/negative film with stabilization processing of prints. Numerous tips included in article.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1976 (v.25#2) pg. 24

A shooting guide for Polacolor 2. Tips on exposure and development.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1977 (v.26#1) pg. 28

Wooden box enclosing a color computer monitor and an 8x10 view camera allows 8x10 color Polaroid pictures to be taken of computer charts, graphs, diagrams, etc. The basic components of the system are pictured and described.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1979 (v.28#10) pg. 26

Polaroid P/N films on location. These do-it-yourself accessories make processing in the field practical and convenient.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1988 (v.37#9) pg. 32

A look at Polaroid proofing films. What is available and tips on their use.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1988 (v.37#10) pg. 34

Make color prints from color slides on Polaroid Polacolor film using an enlarger.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1970 (v.34#8) pg. 80

Tip for getting the most from the 4x5 sheet version of Polacolor 2 film.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1975 (v.39#12) pg. 34

More Polaroid film backs available for professional cameras. A list of what is available.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY May 1976 (v.40#5) pg. 8

Simulate antique photos using Polaroid film.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1976 (v.40#6) pg. 42

How to cope with hot weather effects on instant film products.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1976 (v.40#7) pg. 48

How to use instant picture materials during the winter when cold changes the characteristics.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1976 (v.40#10) pg. 82

Handling instant negative film in the field.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1976 (v.40#11) pg. 29

More tips on handling Polaroid film in the field, particularly keeping the negatives wet until final processing.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1976 (v.40#12) pg. 114

Adding Polaroid film backs to large format cameras.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Christmas 1976 (v.40#13) pg. 31

Make color prints from slides by inserting the slide into your enlarger and exposing the image directly onto a Polacolor II film pack. Insert film pack back into camera for normal processing.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1977 (v.41#1) pg. 134

Tips on using filters with Polaroid films.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1977 (v.41#2) pg. 57

Tips on retouching black & white Polaroid prints.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY May 1977 (v.41#5) pg. 56

A look at the new professional films from Polaroid. Photos compare the new Type 668 Polacolor 2 film, type 667 black & white film, type 665 positive/negative film and type 664 black and white film with the older films they supplement or replace.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY May 1977 (v.41#5) pg. 94

Making copies in an instant. Part 1. What equipment you need and how to make your own copy camera setup from a 4x5 camera.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1977 (v.41#7) pg. 33

Making copies in an instant. Part 2. How to choose the right Polaroid film and get the most out of it.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1977 (v.41#8) pg. 29

Making copies in an instant. Part 3. How to copy slides and transparencies onto color prints using Polaroid film and a copy camera setup.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1977 (v.41#9) pg. 66

Making copies in an instant. Part 4. Making line copies with Polaroid high-contrast film.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1977 (v.41#10) pg. 64

Instant-picture film roundup. Illustrations and a chart tell what films are available from Polaroid, and what cameras they will fit.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1977 (v.41#10) pg. 124

Two versions of a pinhole camera which use Polaroid film.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1977 (v.41#12) pg. 12

How to take table-top photos using a Polaroid camera. Make an old film pack into a ground glass viewer and other tips.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1978 (v.42#1) pg. 50

Two tips for controlling contrast and tonal problems with Polaroid film and cameras. (1) Convert the SX-70 flashbar into a bare bulb flash unit by removing the reflectors from the bar. (2) Pre-expose or pre-flash Polaroid film using a flashlight.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1978 (v.42#2) pg. 50

How to make test exposures on a single piece of Polaroid film, just like a test strip in the darkroom, with different parts of the same image exposed for different amounts of time. Use this test picture to determine the correct exposure for your regular film. Works with both 4x5 Polaroid backs or medium format backs which have either dark slides or use envelopes.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1978 (v.42#6) pg. 40

Tips on adapting Kodaks instant camera the "Handle" into a film back for using Kodak PR-10 instant film on a larger, professional camera, such as a 4x5.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1978 (v.42#7) pg. 60

How to salvage and use the Polaroid paper negative which is usually discarded.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1978 (v.42#8) pg. 24

Colored photographs taken on Polaroid Type 108 color pack film can be stripped down to a very thin emulsion and used in decoupage.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1979 (v.43#1) pg. 32

Adding homemade screens and masks to those metal and plastic film packs used in some Polaroid and Kodak instant cameras.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1979 (v.43#8) pg. 30

Long exposures can lead to color reversal with some instant films. Description of the method used.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1979 (v.43#9) pg. 67

Make color prints from slides by exposing the slides directly onto one of the instant camera films. Use an enlarger and the back from an instant camera.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1979 (v.43#11) pg. 14

How to do solarization without a darkroom by using Polaroid type 55 positive-negative film.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1979 (v.43#12) pg. 57

A quick and thorough rundown on the hows, whens and wheres of hand coloring Polaroid prints.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1980 (v.44#1) pg. 25

Make color prints from slides by projecting the slide onto an instant camera film pack using your enlarger. The slide is put in the enlarger, and the film pack is placed on the copy board. The camera is not needed.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1980 (v.44#2) pg. 54

Produce your own instant stereoptican photographs by taking pictures with two identical Polaroid cameras mounted side-by-side. Includes instructions for making a dead Flash Bar when taking flash photos with two cameras.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1980 (v.44#6) pg. 37

Breaking the color pods in Polaroid SX-70 or Kodak PR-10 films, either before or after exposure will result in interesting pictures and patterns.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1980 (v.44#8) pg. 10

How to bypass the fail-safe devices on instant cameras in order to make double exposures.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1980 (v.44#12) pg. 22

How to insert the new Polaroid 600 film packs into an SX-70 camera and then use a neutral density filter to compensate for the higher ASA speed.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1981 (v.45#9) pg. 51
Added Info MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1981 (v.45#12) pg. 90

Polaroid b&w materials are evaluated according to their contrast.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Dec 1981 (v.45#12) pg. 39

A different approach to seeing, rating and using Polaroid's black and white films.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1982 (v.46#1) pg. 42

How to integrate a Polaroid SX-70 camera to work with a studio flash or other generic flash outfit.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1984 (v.48#8) pg. 8

Tips on filtering tungsten light when photographing with instant panchromatic black-and-white films.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1985 (v.49#6) pg. 98

Tips on using a Polaroid Spectra film pack battery to power toys, a slide viewer, desk fan, etc. A used film pack battery will provide up to an hour's worth of electricity.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY May 1988 (v.52#5) pg. 46

Tips on transfering an exposed Polaroid negative image to watercolor paper (instead of the standard receiver sheet supplied with the film).
PHOTO ELECTRONIC IMAGING 1994 (v.37#10) pg. 42

Polaroid land, a series to better explain Polaroid film characteristics and uses. Part 1. Polacolor film.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Mar 1972 (v.15#3) pg. 53

Polaroid land, a series to better explain Polaroid film characteristics and uses. Part 2. The transparency materials.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Apr 1972 (v.15#4) pg. 62

Polaroid land, a series to better explain Polaroid film characteristics and uses. Part 3. Black and white materials.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY May 1972 (v.15#5) pg. 47

Polaroid land, a series to better explain Polaroid film characteristics and uses. Part 4. Advantages of making test shots on Polaroid materials prior to shooting with other films, especially color.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Jun 1972 (v.15#6) pg. 50

How to prefog or flash Polaroid Land Type 57 film for use in connection with CRT trace recording.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Mar 1974 (v.17#3) pg. 12

Polaroid MP-4 system. Part 1. Extending the usefulness of the system into instrumentation and high-speed photography. Includes a suggested data sheet to speed up record keeping.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Jun 1974 (v.17#6) pg. 58

Polaroid MP-4 system. Part 2. Using the MP-4 to produce stereo images.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Jul 1974 (v.17#7) pg. 14

Polaroid MP-4 system. Part 3. External rotating mirror converts MP-4 camera for streak photography.
PHOTO METHODS FOR INDUSTRY Aug 1974 (v.17#8) pg. 12

Using the Daylab II to create Polaroid images for image transfer. Image transfer is the result of the Polaroid emulsion being applied to a different surface (such as watercolor paper).
PHOTO TECHNIQUES Nov-Dec 1996 (v.17#6) pg. 43

Chart gives the Polaroid Exposure Number and the equivalent shutter speed/aperature combination for a Model 95A Polaroid camera.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Nov 1978 (v.7#7) pg. 41

Create large-format "instant" color images using Cibachrome print material in the camera instead of film. Shows how to filter the light, make the exposure, and process the result.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Feb 1980 (v.8#10) pg. 54

Instant camera copies of a 11x14 b&w print, result in sepia effect photos that have a soft, "antique" look. This article includes diagrams of several lighting setups for photographing one or two live models.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Apr 1980 (v.8#12) pg. 43

The blitz printer. Adapting an enlarger to use electronic flash as the light source. Best suited for making color enlargements on Kodak and Polaroid instant print films. Includes easel for instant film and paper.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jan 1981 (v.9#9) pg. 41

SX-70 photodistortion. How to manipulate instant images.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jan 1983 (v.11#9) pg. 37

Instant photograms. How to make color photograms using an inexpensive instant-film camera and a consistent light source (such as an enlarger).
PHOTOGRAPHIC Apr 1984 (v.12#12) pg. 60

One-minute photo lab in your briefcase. A review of the Polaroid 35mm color and b&w instant slide system.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Jun 1985 (v.14#2) pg. 34

Going beyond Polaroid. Michael Going explains his technique for producing "manipulated" Polaroid prints.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Feb 1987 (v.15#10) pg. 22

Vintage New York "PolaGraphs". Brown-toned color prints are made from Polaroid PolaGraph b&w 35mm slide film negatives. Some tips.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Sep 1987 (v.16#5) pg. 28

Polaroid transfers. Jose Picayo shares his technique for taking Polaroid images and transfering them to watercolor paper.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Feb 1991 (v.19#10) pg. 44

Polaroid transfer, a means of transferring the dyes from a piece of partially developed Polaroid film onto watercolor paper.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Aug 1996 (v.25#4) pg. 61

Tips on manipulating Polaroid images. The process involves the use of the Polaroid 600 Alter Image film which is receptive to pencil, crayon, charcoal and other artistic media.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Oct 1999 (v.28#6) pg. 52

Polaroid MP-4 system. Part 4. Modifications and accessories to make the MP-4 system even more versatile.
PHOTOMETHODS Sep 1974 (v.17#9) pg. 20

The definitive run-down on Polaroid backs for the Hasselbland camera.
PHOTOMETHODS May 1975 (v.18#5) pg. 14
Added Info PHOTOMETHODS Dec 1975 (v.18#12) pg. 12

Film high speed particles on Polaroid film by placing a rotating mirror in front of the lens and illuminating the particles with a strobe flash of short exposure.
PHOTOMETHODS Apr 1976 (v.19#4) pg. 20

A profile of the usefulness of the Kodak motorized instant film back equipped for use with a Graflok back. Typical applications shown.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1980 (v.23#1) pg. 27

Other uses for the Polaroid MP-4 Camera System including direct color slide duplication, small-object photography using a light box, instant studio camera, photomicrography, etc.
PHOTOMETHODS Feb 1981 (v.24#2) pg. 17

How to salvage SX-70 negative images by opening up the print pack.
PHOTOMETHODS Apr 1981 (v.24#4) pg. 8

Tips on altering contrast of Polaroid b&w prints through the use of filters.
PHOTOMETHODS Jun 1983 (v.26#6) pg. 8

Tips on making black-and-white slides without a darkroom using Polaroid film.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1985 (v.28#11) pg. 15

How to remove P/N or any Polaroid film from the 545 Film Holder without processing. This allows you to shoot in the field, but process later in your studio where you can control the temperature and/or have other supplies readily available.
PHOTOMETHODS Aug 1987 (v.30#8) pg. 44

Taking the systems approach to Polaroid proofing. Refining studio proofing procedures using Polaroid instant film in order to check exposure, camera focus, composition, lighting, etc.
PHOTOMETHODS Jul 1990 (v.33#7) pg. 35

Integrated circuit photo development timer is ideal for use with Polaroid camera. Provides an audible alarm at the end of either 15 seconds or 2 minutes. Est. cost: $15.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [1] Oct 1973 (v.4#4) pg. 70

The Polapulse battery. A look at the 6-volt wafer battery which is built into Polaroid SX-70 film packs.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [1] May 1981 (v.19#5) pg. 88

Fun with Polaroid's SX70 color film. How to peel the rubbery emulsion from the plastic covers and stretch it, pictures and all, around strange shaped objects.
POPULAR MECHANICS May 1973 (v.139#5) pg. 129

Using Polaroid film to take test photographs before using expensive sheet color film. Includes chart for exposure calculations.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1966 (v.59#5) pg. 122

How to intensify, bleach, and tone black and white Polaroid Land prints.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1967 (v.60#2) pg. 84

Discussion of the wide variety and uses of Polaroid Land films.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1967 (v.60#3) pg. 86

Instant color enlarging without trays. Use Polaroid color film to make enlargements from 8-, 16-, or 35-mm color film.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1967 (v.60#4) pg. 97

Instant black and white prints from slides. Make black and white enlargements from color slides by using Polaroid film.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1967 (v.60#5) pg. 136

Using the inexpensive Polaroid Colorpack Land Camera to do close-ups, slide copying, multiple exposures and photomicrography.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1970 (v.67#2) pg. 98

Equipment and a chemical formula to clear and harden the Polaroid 55 and 105 film negative, in the field or darkroom, with a minimum of effort.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1976 (v.79#5) pg. 98

How to reduce hot-spots, soften illumination and add color to instant flash pictures. Sanding the flash bars, coloring them with permanent marking pens, or covering them with transparant tape can improve their performance or produce interesting results.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1977 (v.80#5) pg. 64

How to use the Kodak 4x5 instant film back to make color prints from color slides using your enlarger.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1979 (v.84#5) pg. 120

Use Polaroid Type 55 positive-negative film to make oversize blowups of stamps, coins, old photos, etc.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1979 (v.84#6) pg. 44

How to create impressionistic art by manipulating Polaroid SX-70 prints. Rubbing the surface of a new print will cause the soft emulsion to move and blend together.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1979 (v.85#3) pg. 39

Using your instant camera to make interesting color prints in your darkroom. Project image onto color film pack (using enlarger) and then develop it in the camera.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1980 (v.86#2) pg. 101

A simple, do-it-yourself technique for mounting and displaying instant camera prints.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1980 (v.87#2) pg. 56

Using Kodak PR10 instant film for scientific and technical projects.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jun 1981 (v.88#6) pg. 22

Tips on taking instant pictures, outdoors, during cold weather.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1982 (v.89#1) pg. 34

Polaroid's instant 35mm slide films offer fast processing and a wide range of creative image options. What is available and tips on their use.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1987 (v.94#11) pg. 82

Emulsion transfer. A way of creating different images using Polaroid film. Peel the emulsion from a Polaroid print and adhere it to a different substrate.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1996 (v.60#3) pg. 72

How to be a Polaroid expert.
POPULAR SCIENCE Dec 1964 (v.185#6) pg. 118

Guide to Polaroid picture troubles and how to cure them.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jul 1966 (v.189#1) pg. 144

Using Polaroid image transfers in food photography. How to transfer the exposed negative side of a Poloroid print onto a textured surface (such as watercolor paper) and combine this image of food with real food in the final picture.
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER #2186 Jul 1994 (v.121) pg. 44

Sound waves and radio waves are recorded on Polaroid film by means of a precooling process. Sound waves, microwaves and mechanical vibrations may be visually recorded by this process.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Nov 1972 (v.227#5) pg. 120

A guide to Polaroid art. How to peel apart a Polacolor print and transfer the image to paper, cloth, wood, etc.
SHUTTERBUG #267 Dec 1992 (v.22#2) pg. 12

From color slide to B&W negative in 30 seconds. How to modify an old Polaroid #250 camera for use in printing slides onto Polaroid 665 film.
SHUTTERBUG #277 Oct 1993 (v.22#12) pg. 48

Large-format photography in b&w using Polaroid Type 55 P/N. Some tips.
SHUTTERBUG #318 Mar 1997 (v.26#5) pg. 46

Unique Polaroid transfers. How to separate the color emulsion from the base of Polacolor ER films and apply it to another surface.
SHUTTERBUG #321 Jun 1997 (v.26#8) pg. 162

Building your own Polaroid test camera. How to adapt an inexpensive Lubitel twin-lens reflex camera to utilize a Polaroid back.
SHUTTERBUG #323 Aug 1997 (v.26#10) pg. 208

Making Polaroid color prints from slides using an enlarger and the back from a cheap Polaroid camera. Used to make color corrected copies from astronomical photographs taken with a telescope using Ektachrome slide film.
SKY & TELESCOPE Jul 1979 (v.58#1) pg. 87

How to make astrophotographs using the Polaroid One-Step camera.
SKY & TELESCOPE Jan 1981 (v.61#1) pg. 89