Polaroid Pathfinder 120 - Instant Camera. Pathfinder was the name given a series of cameras manufactured by Polaroid. From the early 1950s until 1964 in Japan for non-USA markets so a lot rarer than the US models which were made by the million. These models were the professional-market Polaroid camera, equipped with a fast and sharp Yashica 127mm f4.7 Yashinon lens and Seikosha-SLV shutter and made with durable steel construction. Unlike other Polaroid cameras, the Pathfinders were set to expose the film fully manually, with no aid from an electric eye. This provides the photographer with precise control over the camera. Pathfinders used 40-series rollfilm, which produced an instant print of 7.2 x 9.5 cm. Even today, although this type of rollfilm is discontunued, many photographers have found ways to use the Pathfinder.
The only thing wrong with it is the little red "jiggle" button is broken but does not affect the camera at all. Ive used it for display for about 10 years so might be a bit dusty.