The Polaroid Impulse Portrait is a one-step process camera with the ability to change the minimum focusing distance from 0,6 to 1,2 m by inserting an attachment lens with a button on the top of the camera. When the extension lens was pulled out, a frame with a visible oval appeared in the viewfinder field of view. In this oval, when sighting, a person’s face was observed - in this case, focusing for portrait photography was optimal. Not every camera of this model had the inscription Portrait, a distinctive feature is the presence of a key.
In the second half of the 1990s, "Impulses" were sold in Russia, the cameras of the Polaroid Impulse family were slightly more expensive than the cameras of the Polaroid Supercolor 635CL family, fewer of them were sold.
Cameras are intended for a wide range of people, thanks to their ease of operation, you can take pictures without knowing the theoretical foundations of photography. There is no need for laboratory processing of film and photo printing, an amateur photographer immediately after shooting receives a finished photograph, which develops on its own within the next 5-10 minutes.
Examples of photos POLAROID IMPULSE here.