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This was a changed design to improve on the Model 80 as it had no protruding glass plate. Incidentally, the Polaroid 80 uses film that is no longer manufactured, so is effectively obsolete. 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.
It takes commonly available Fuji FP100C instant film.
Cosmetic: Moderate wear to the exterior. No dents, major scratches or other damage.
Mechanical: Fully working. Strong and no damage.
Cosmetic Condition: 5
(Complete, but showing signs of normal use or age.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)