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Fits all Hasselblad V-System bodies, from the earliest 500C to the latest 503CW.
Takes Polaroid 80 film.
‘A12N’ is not a factory designation, but one that is used to distinguish between the early and later versions of the A12 back. In 1984 a number of changes were made to improve then: – the film insert has a single steel arm to retain both spools – the release button has a ’12’ on it – film speed reminder is now a slot, rather than a fold down door which was often damaged In 1997 a further change was made that is very noticeable and somewhat overdue – a built in darkslide holder was added!
Introduced in 1997, the Polaplus was an improvement over the previous instant film backs:
– has a click ‘stop’ to allow the darkslide to be partially withdrawn so that it does not cover the film, but does not leave the back
– a safety catch ensures that the darkslide is replaced before the back can be removed from the camera
Takes Fuji FP100C instant film.
There have been several variations of the Polaroid 100 back since it was first introduced in 1975. The early versions have a metal closer and the later versions have a moulded plastic closure. This is the earlier version with a metal closer.