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After the letter J is the number 5 and it tells me the year in which the film was manufactured, 1975.The remaining numbers refer to the machine on which the film was made and the shift during which the film was manufactured.

This camera have no any markings to identify the manufacturer, so only 6-digits serial number and "4.5/75" on the lens frontplate. Camera identical to PK1420 "No-Name" version (see above), but under export name "LUNA".

In the background of the Polaroid is my certificate of having played Soccer during my freshman year of high school, 1979.

Again, my Dad used his film sparingly, which probably explains why we have so few family Polaroids. Well, when I first researched the Polaroid codes I mistook the 8 in the code for a 0 and wrote it down as July 1980. I knew that this Polaroid had been taken much earlier because I I did not play soccer in 1980. Upon closer inspection with a stronger magnifying glass I discovered the 0 to be an 8, hence 1978.

The more this information is out there the greater the chance to keep instant photography thriving and alive.

The first site is a PDF straight from Polaroid explaining the codes found on the back of their instant photos.

This camera have no any markings to identify the manufacturer, so only 6-digits serial number and "4.5/75" on the lens frontplate. Camera identical to PK1420 "No-Name" version (see above), but under export name "LUNA". In the background of the Polaroid is my certificate of having played Soccer during my freshman year of high school, 1979.Again, my Dad used his film sparingly, which probably explains why we have so few family Polaroids. Well, when I first researched the Polaroid codes I mistook the 8 in the code for a 0 and wrote it down as July 1980. I knew that this Polaroid had been taken much earlier because I I did not play soccer in 1980. Upon closer inspection with a stronger magnifying glass I discovered the 0 to be an 8, hence 1978.The more this information is out there the greater the chance to keep instant photography thriving and alive.The first site is a PDF straight from Polaroid explaining the codes found on the back of their instant photos.My Mom was good enough to add the date it was taken.