Q: Steve wrote: I have a Polaroid Model J66 Electric Eye Land Camera Outfit in the original box, which had never been opened, until I just did,, to verify the contents. Any idea of value?
A: Hi Steve, Your Polaroid J66 was made between 1961-63. They, the J33 and J66 replaced the 80 series cameras but retained the use of roll films. The J66 is an updated version of the J33. It uses a little swing-out flash that uses type AG-1 flashbulbs. See our Polaroid Info Page : krphoto.com/linksforpolaroidcameracollectors.html Book value : $1-$10. But your's is new in the box, so you can easily double or triple these values.
Roll-films for the older roll-film series cameras are no longer available. These include the series 95, 95A, 95B, 80, 80A, 80B, 100 (not the Automatic 100—that’s a pack-film camera), J-33, and J-66 cameras, 120, 150, 160, 180, 185, 190, 195, 415, 700, 800, 850, 900, Swinger, as well as the Model 110, 110A, 110B— with exception to any models that have been retrofitted to accept the newer pack-films.