The instant film used for this model is no longer manufactured. Additionally, it requires a 6V "J-size battery", which is still sold, but I do not have one to test the camera. So the item is untested, SOLD AS IS.
Unique piece of history This camera would most likely be used as a decorative or conversation piece. - Polaroid sued for patent infringement and Kodak had to pay $925 million to settle the lawsuit. Kodak halted the production of these cameras in 1986.
The viewfinder, battery compartment, and the film bellows on the inside of the camera have some dust and speck particles. The camera is pre-loved, so it does not look brand-new, but the exterior does not have any major scuff or scratches.
Vintage Kodak HANDLE 2 Instant Film Camera Brand: Kodak Model: Handle 2 Camera Manufacture Dates: 1979 - 1981 Instant Film Type: PR 10/PR144 (no longer manufactured) Focus Type: Fixed Lens: 100MM, f/12.7
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