3D model of the first Polaroid
While conventional 3D cameras were becoming more refined and sophisticated, an entirely new type of 3D camera appeared on the market in 3D 1948. This was the 3D Polaroid Model 95, the world's first viable instant-picture camera. Known as a 3D Land Camera after its inventor, Edwin Land, the 3D first Polaroid used a patented chemical process to produce finished positive prints from the exposed negatives in under a minute. The 3D first Polaroid caught on despite its relatively high price and the 3D Polaroid lineup had expanded to dozens of models by the 3D 1960s. The first Polaroid camera 3D aimed at the popular market, the Model 20 Swinger of 1965, was a huge success and remains one of the top-selling 3D cameras of all time.
- Media Type:
- 3D Model
Available File Formats
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- 3ds Max 9.0 (.max)
- OBJ (.obj)
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