Vintage late 80s or early 90s Polaroid Impulse camera body. I dont have the film or the batteries that go with it, unfortunately. It doesn't say "AF" so this is a fixed-focus body model. The features common to these Impulses:

- Single element plastic lens with fixed aperture (116mm, f9)

- 4 ft minimum focus distance.

- Exposure compensation slider control just below lens.

- The Flash fires automatically for every shot. There is no way to disable flash.

Because I cannot find the batteries and film, there is no way for me to use this, so it just sits pretty on my shelf of Ye Old Curiosities as a memento of days past of "instant" pictures.

Nowadays we just take pictures with cellphones, and it goes straight into Dropbox and can be sent all over the world in within 5 seconds as I had done, faster than waiting for a Polaroid picture to dry.

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