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 SX-70 was a folding Land Camera produced by the Polaroid Corporation in the 1970s. The model 3 was the only SX-70 that wasn't an SLR and it was also the least expensive SX-70. It still has the same black and tan 70s' styling and lens, but with scale focusing rather than a more accurate SLR split screen.
A Living Legend
This is a fully refurbished vintage Polaroid camera. Each day we save original Polaroid cameras from decades past and lovingly restore them to give them a new life.
Each piece of glass, metal, and leather collapses into a self-contained case for compact carrying.
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