'Instant' Looks At Polaroid's Land

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Writer Christopher Bonanos tells the story of analog instant photography and the man who invented it—Edwin Land, the scientist and co-founder of the Polaroid Corporation. Plus Flora Lichtman visits New York's 20x24 Studio to capture a super-sized Polaroid camera in action.

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