The Polaroid 3000AF is an autofocus compact for 35mm film. It was made in Thailand.
The camera is made of plastic and features a Panoramic switch that puts a mask over the film plane for a wide effect. By switching the camera on, a square hood pops forward, pushing this back shuts the power off again and closes the lens with a protective door.
A little LCD display on top shows an exposure counter and flash information. Film advance and rewind is motorized. Film sensitivity is being set automatically by DX encoding. There are no manual user settings available. A remarkable feature for a camera in this class is the dioptre adjustment for the viewfinder. Data back versions were also available.
Power is provided by 2 AA (LR06) batteries. Camera without film and batteries weighs 155gr.