Polaroid instant camera, 1962.

UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 20: With the introduction of Polaroid's instant colour pictures in 1962, the photographer no longer had to send pictures off to a laboratory for processing; he just pulled a tab at the end of the film, waited 50 seconds then peeled off the backing to reveal the full-coloured picture. In tune with the vibrant 'swinging '60s�, Polaroid called their new instant colour camera the Swinger, and this Super Colour Swinger is one of the early versions. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 20: With the introduction of Polaroid's instant colour pictures in 1962, the photographer no longer had to send pictures off to a laboratory for processing; he just pulled a tab at the end of the film, waited 50 seconds then peeled off the backing to reveal the full-coloured picture. In tune with the vibrant 'swinging '60s�, Polaroid called their new instant colour camera the Swinger, and this Super Colour Swinger is one of the early versions. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
Polaroid instant camera, 1962.
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Editorial #:
90727890
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SSPL
Date created:
01 January, 1962
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Object name:
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