Ambivalent Bob (no relations to Curious George) hopped on the Cambo and rode it around like a speeder on the Forrest Moon of Endor.
The Polaroid 405 and 550 pack film holders. The 405 is a tight fit under a Graflok style spring back, whereas the 550 requires glass removal and side locks engaged on my cameras.
So, according to the Cambo manual, my camera is a Frankenstein’s monster. It started life as a Model 44 and some time later acquired the focusing bellows system from a Model 45 and lost its passport lenses and viewfinder. Unfortunately, the rangefinder from the 45 didn’t come with it. I also found out that my camera was once property of the Columbia Camera Club. Perhaps they were this camera’s surgeon.