The legendary Polaroid 360 camera is one of the finest packfilm camera ever produced. The single-window rangefinder/viewfinder by Zeiss Ikon, the solid Aluminium body with folding bellows are unique to this truly professional camera.
The Polaroid 360 can also be seen as the camera of choice by Florian Doc Kaps on his journey to invent a new packfilm called ONE INSTANT and can be seen in Jens Meurers documentary An Impossible Project.
We also found out that a borrowed Polaroid 360 was the first camera used by photographer Robert Mapplethorpe by reading Patti Smith's "Just Kids".
LAND CAMERA 360 (Electronic Flash*)
Single-window rangefinder-viewfinder supplied by Zeiss Ikon
Automatic exposure, with an external 'Electric Eye' lightmeter beside the lens
Shutter: Electronic; range about 10+s-1/1200s
Aluminum with black bellows
Automatic exposure system similar to the folding pack cameras.
Settings for 75 and 3000 speed films (fixed aperture for each)