The Polaroid Colorpack instant film camera was released in 1969. The Polaroid Colorpack land camera has a plastic body and a plastic wrist-strap for easy holding and carrying. The instant film camera can work with color and black and white film types. The camera has a speed of 75 asa for the color film, but it can reach up to 3000 asa for black and white film. The Polaroid Colorpack instant film camera cannot be folded, but its kit includes a specially designed briefcase for easy carry. The camera can come with plastic lens or glass lens in the early models. The glass lens is smaller with a 114 mm and f/9.2 diameter. The Polaroid Colorpack land camera has a built-in flash system, which rotates automatically after each exposure. The instant film camera comes with a simple face recognition system, which can recognize faces up to 5 feet away. The Polaroid Colorpack instant film camera works on two AA batteries that can be easily replaced.