Lens: Polaroid 116 mm, F / 9.4 plastic lens
Shutter speed: electronic 1 - 1/150 sec
Focus: 0.6m to infinity
Exposure system: automatic, manual by lens ring
Flash: no (can be bought)
Movie: Impossible series SX-70 format 88 x 107 mm
Power: directly from the movie cartridge
Weight: 425 g (without film cassette and strap)
The Electro 35 is a rangefinder camera made by Japanese company Yashica from the mid-1960s with a coupled and fixed 1:1.7 45 mm lens. It was the first electronically controlled camera, operating mainly in an aperture priority 'auto' mode. The only other modes of operation are 'flash' (1/30) and 'bulb'.
The 2000 is an instant camera for the SX-70 format.
Name: Polaroid 2000
Focal length: 116 mm
Focus: 0.9m (3 feet) to infinity (infinitely adjustable)
maximum aperture: f / 9.4
Exposure time: -
Flash / Flash Connection: flashable connection