Refurbished Polaroid SX-70 Instant Land Camera & film bundle + 6 months warranty

Polaroid

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  • 6 months WARRANTY 
  • Guaranteed working condition
  • Chrome body
  • Polaroid single-lens reflex camera
  • Made in 1972-1977
  • Manual focus: 10" to infinity
  • Shutter speeds from 1/175th to 10+ seconds
  • Takes Impossible film with no batteries required
Bundle Includes: X1 Impossible SX-70 Colour Gen 3 and X1 Impossible SX-70 Black&White Gen 3 film.

     
     

                                                                   
    Film Included
    Black And White
    Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ SX-70-type cameras with white frames. Thanks to a newly developed emulsion, this film boasts incredible black and white tones, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality. 
     
      • (X2) 8 exposures per pack
      • Type: Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ SX-70-type cameras with White Frames
      • Format: 3.5 x 4.2 in (8.8 x 10.7 cm)
      • Image area: 3.1 x 3.1 in (7.9 x 7.9 cm)
      • Finish: Glossy
      • Development: 10 minutes approximately at 70°F (21°C
      • Battery: Built in, long lasting battery to power up the camera and flash
                                                                             
    Colour
    The new Polaroid sx-70 colour film exhibits the latest crystal shielding technology that blocks most of the UV light to allow less 'sunburn', better accuracy in colouring but still give you the 'film' kick. Besides, the film is extremely sensitive to temperature, the warmer it is the pictures will come out reddish / yellow , cooler the temperature it will be bluish.

    For long lasting premium results store unopened film packs in the fridge around 5-10°C. Please do not freeze the film!

    To allow no 'sunburn' at all on the picture please REALLY make sure to shield your pictures IMMEDIATELY from light after they get ejected from the camera, and let them develop upside down on a flat surface or put it into your pocket (e.g. with your hand, a darkslide, shoot into a box, etc...) - the first half of a second is crucial! You may carefully let the pictures slowly develop in the palms of your hands.




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