Vintage Camera: Polaroid Sun 660

Its been a while since I posted a vintage camera buy. I sort of took a break from it for a while but now that summer is here and yard/garage/tag/estate sales are popping up, I'm finding some good stuff out there...too good to resist buying. This past weekend, I picked up 2 Polaroid cameras (one with film inside) and a nice Pentax wide angle lens for $6 total.

The first Polaroid I bought was a Sun 660. It cost me a $1. This is a pretty deluxe Polaroid! It features a plastic 116mm-f/11 lens, sonar autofocus, electronic shutter (1/4-1/200 second), exposure slider (darker/lighter), and dual shutter release (flash/no flash).

I had a great time with this camera at the High Line Section 2 opening--shooting portraits of architects Diller, Scoffidio + Renfro/James Corner Field Operations and donors such as Diane von Furstenberg with some Impossible PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ black frame film. Everyone wanted to check out the camera and I ended up giving away a bunch of shots because people were so into them.


  1. can you still buy film for this camera? i have this model

  2. Yes! You can buy deadstock Polaroid film or the new Impossible film on the internet.