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Cool picture, thank you for sharing brother.

I was born in 1977, these type of cameras were the hit back in the day. Roll film cameras would take at least a week to get the pictures developed and then film developing stores were not everywhere like they are now at Rite Aid, CVS, etc.

The polaroid camera made cool onsite gifts as friends and families were parting ways. They also picked up on weird images that could not be seen by the naked eye.
 

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Cool picture, thank you for sharing brother.

I was born in 1977, these type of cameras were the hit back in the day. Roll film cameras would take at least a week to get the pictures developed and then film developing stores were not everywhere like they are now at Rite Aid, CVS, etc.

The polaroid camera made cool onsite gifts as friends and families were parting ways. They also picked up on weird images that could not be seen by the naked eye.
I agree, polaroids and other kinds of older photos are super cool. I think polaroids and roll film have a very unique look to them. Here’s a picture i took using a fuji film disposable camera.
 
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