Polaroid has not released serial number information for most of their cameras, so it would be helpful if you specified a model. If the serial number corresponds with a Polaroid Model 80 Highlander (as it appears it may), the camera was made sometime between 1957 and 1962, possibly in the late 1950s.
There is a serial number calculator here: http://www.rwhirled.com/landlist/sx70sn.htm which returned these results: The SX-70 serial number calculator has determined the following statistics about your camera: The complete serial number you entered is B403455213. Your camera has the original SX-70 shutter electronic design ("hybrid shutter"). Your camera is probably an original SX-70 or Alpha / Alpha 1. The serial number itself is: 34552 Your camera was made on February 5, 1974 during the A shift. hope this is right for your camera :)
I can't tell you that, but I can tell you that the number you think is the serial number is not the serial number. The reason being, my camera has the exact same number on it. So it must be a model number. I can't find any other numbers on the camera to reflect a serial number.
Yes, each item of any thing in the same model has a different serial number. It is the only way to tell which camera is which. Or anything else for that model. For instance, all Honda Accord cards produced in the year 2005 will have a different serial number. No two are alike.
serial number 218224
Its on the bottom of the camera near the battery door.
Is the serial number also on the box of d7100
1900-1901 10,000 FN 1900 pistols serial # 1 to 10,0001901-1902 21,700 pistols produced 10,001 to 31,7001902- 1903 40,000 produced serial # 31,701 to 71,700Aug 4, 1904 serial number 100,0001903-1907 328,300 produced serial # 71,701 to 400,0001907-1910 275,000 produced serial # 400,001 to 675,0001910-1914 49,550 produced serial # 675,000 to 724,550
The cast of Real Crime - Serial Killer on Camera - 2008 includes: Simon Coleman as Colin Ireland
Serial numbers allow for dating when produced.
According to profhouse.com, it was produced in 1977
The STEAM (Serial Time Encoded Amplified Imaging) camera is the worlds fastest camera with a shutter speed of half a billionth of a second.