Behind the SX-70: Picture this: at the Polaroid company meeting in 1972, founder Edwin Land stepped onto the stage, pulled a camera out of his jacket pocket, and took five instant photos in just ten seconds. That camera was the Polaroid SX-70, and it was the camera that made truly instant photography possible for the first time ever.
The Polaroid SX-70 is for the ultimate analog enthusiast. The first instant SLR (single-lens reflex) camera ever made and the first to use the Polaroid instant film we know today. Its manual controls and low film speed make it a go-to for artists and dreamers alike. It features a fold-down design which means each piece of glass, metal, and leather collapses into a self-contained case for compact carrying. Compatible with Polaroid SX-70 film.
This is refurbished from the 1970’s. There might be some slight wear and tear. Every SX-70 condition is different.
Out of stock
Manual focus as close as 10.4 in (26.4 cm)
Automatic variable shutter speed/aperture system
Refurbished by Polaroid – may show signs of wear
Please note: This camera does not come with a flashbar fitted. Compatible with the MiNT SX-70 Flashbar.