Polaroid SX-70 Instant Camera
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.
SX-70 cameras like this one were designed without a built-in flash. If you want to shoot in low-light environments, we recommend getting a MINT Flashbar too.
Each piece of glass, metal and leather collapses into a self-contained case for compact carrying.
Turn the focus wheel and get as close as 26.4cm (10.4") to your subject with full manual control in the world's first folding instant SLR camera.
Uses SX-70 film that has a lower film speed to give you richer texture and finer grain.