The Polaroid SX70 Camera in brown leather is an iconic camera equipped with autofocus to make it handier and more intuitive. This ready-to-use Polaroid Originals camera is a unique and flexible camera characterised by its manual use and accuracy. The SX-70 differs from most ready-to-use cameras and has a foldable SLR design that is compact and functional as well as aesthetically desirable itself.
Red button, POLAROID SX-70 instant camera, first model (USA 1974) with the genuine leather cover.
Technical characteristics and information:
Type: Folding SLR camera
Objective: 116 mm f/8, 4 elements, glass lenses
Focus: Manual with geared wheel
Minimum focusing distance: 26.4 x 10.4 inches
Exhibition: Automatic, shutter speeds from 10 sec to 1/175
Aperture range of the diaphragm: f/8 - f/22
Image format: 8 x 8 cm
The Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera is considered one of the best cameras in history, for its quality and impressive design, a true engineering work. Eminent photographers and artists such as Ansel Adams, Helmut Newton and Walker Evans, or Andy Warhol, have praised and used the SX-70 for their creations.
The SX-70 is a folding reflex camera first produced by Polaroid Corporation in 1972. It was the first instant SLR camera ever made, and the first to use Polaroid’s integral film, which automatically developed photos in a few minutes without the photographer’s intervention. Specialized magazines placed it at number 13 in the all-time camera ranking.
A second-hand product manufactured in the 1970s, for collectors and Polaroid and instant photography lovers.
Although all our cameras are in excellent condition, they are over 50 years old and so they have some age-related signs, but never broken elements or major scratches.
As shown in the photo, it’s in good condition.
- Model/type nummer
- SX-70 Land Camera
- Object/apparaat type
- camera camera 1974 camera polaroid cam, Instant camera
- Zeer Goed (gebruikt en in werkende staat met minuscule sporen van gebruik)
- Aantal apparaten/lenzen
- Polaroid SX-70
- In werkende staat