National Geographic : 1968 Apr
POLAROID® Goodbye, Charlie. The next boss who hands out a gold watch might just get a punch in the nose. After all, a man who's retir ing wants something to fill his time, not to tick it off. Why not a Polaroid Color Pack Camera? The very first Monday he doesn't have to make the 8:02, he can start enjoying it. He'll pop in some film and start shooting. (The electric eye does the work.) In 60 seconds, he'll start peeling off beautiful color prints. The camera shown here is the finest automatic Polaroid has ever made. Superb Zeiss Ikon single-window range and viewfinder. Transistor ized shutter that lets you make black-and-white pic tures indoors without flash, perfect time exposures up to 10 seconds automatically. A sharp triplet lens, 2 exposure ranges for color, 2 for black and-white. In other words, the works-including a flash gun. It costs something under $160-more than three times as much as the lowest priced model. But nothing's too good for old Charlie, right?