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The Polaroid Land Camera 1000 is an export only camera of the Onestep model, and has a fixed focus plastic lens. They had two unique shutter colour, red and green. It uses the SX-70 time zero film, now manufactured by the Impossible Project. The camera shares some features with the plastic, non folding OneStep models, which includes a one element plastic lens, fixed focus and an exposure compensation dial knob. There is a flash specifically made for this model, the Q-light flash.
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The Land Camera 1000 is a foreign-markets version of the original OneStep model, meaning it has a fixed focus plastic lens. The model 1000 or original OneStep models are distinguished among the range in that they were made available with 2 different coloured shutter buttons – either green or red; there is some debate among collectors as to which was more common. A matching electronic flash was also released for the Onestep/1000 model, known as the Q-Light. It fits onto any SX-70 non-folding camera model, but was cosmetically matched to the original models. Features common to the series of OneStep non-folding, fixed-focus SX70 -series integral film cameras are: