SX 70 Land camera

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This is an instantaneous camera that represented a revolution at the moment of its launching because when folding it became quite portable and its innovative automatic and instantaneous development system (when taking a photograph, it was ejected from the front of the camera and after ten seconds the image appeared on the paper). This earned him the cover of the famous Life magazine (in its issue of October 27, 1972), stating that it was "the most amazing camera ever produced".

Its aluminum body made its original price a little high, until later the company polaroid made other cheaper models including plastic elements.

  • Film: SX-70 cartridges (for 10 photos)
  • Lens: crystal 116 mm f / 8   
  • Diaphragm openings: f 8 - f 22
  • Shutter: Electronic
  • Speeds: Automatic shutter speeds of 10 sec. to 1/175 sec.
  • Image: 28.5 x 28.5 mm
  • Body material: Metal
  • Weight: 680 grams

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