(2 1/2" x 3 1/4")

film discontinued

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Type 20

Type 20C

Rollfilm Films

The following technical information is useful for specifics concerning each film.

Unless otherwise noted, all 20-Series Land Picture Rolls have the following characteristics in common:

  • Each roll produces 8 prints.
  • Actual image area:
    2 1/8" x 2 7/8" (5.4 x 7.3 cm)

20-series films were used by 20-series Rollfilm Polaroid cameras, which include the Swinger Model 20 and the M15 Swinger Sentinel.

20-series films

Type 20

Produced: 1965-1970 / Original Price: $1.99

  • Film speed: ASA 3000
  • Panchromatic, B&W
  • 15 second development

Notes: The Swinger 20-series films are sort of a hybrid design. The packaging is similar to the 30- and 40-series rollfilms, but the film is designed to develop outside the camera like the 100/660- and 80-series packfilms. Other than that, Type 20 is similar to Type 37 film.

Type 20 was replaced with Type 20C in 1970.



Type 20C

Produced: 1970-1979 / Original Price: $?.??

  • Film speed: ASA 3000
  • Panchromatic, B&W
  • Coaterless, 30-second development.

Notes: I believe this was the first Polaroid "coaterless" B&W film.

It's also the only Polaroid B&W roll film that was made "coaterless."